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This Yearbook of the Class of 1950 stands not only 
as a reminder to us of our school days, but also as a symbol of 
the free and democratic life in which we have been brought up. 
Our mature years may not be spent among such attitudes or 
surroundings. After high school we shall definitely emerge in- 
to a world of tumult and confusion. Our sheltered life is over. 

We have no fear, however, of this new life in the 
world outside, because we see it as a challenge to all young 
men and women in our position. We feel that we are ready 
to apply the wisdom which our teachers have so carefully 
planted in our minds in order to help us make our childhood 
dreams and ambitions a reality. The many signposts of life 
confront us now, and we hope to choose from them a success- 
ful direction. 

As we leave Roslindale High School, in order that 
we may have a guarantee of happy memories in after years and 
a reminder of the worthy standards and inspirations which 
our school has given us, we take with us this, our Yearbook. 



James J. Talbot, 
President, Class of 1950 











Koslindale Migh School 




Zo the Class of 1950 



On this occasion I wish to express my heartiest congratulations to all the members 
of the Class of 1950 and to aire them the message which,traditionally, the Head Master writes 
each year to the graduates for their Yearbook. 

Prompted by experience with the young people who have had occasion to visit 
my office. I can think of no better message or advice to leave with you than this: Use time 
intelligenth/, wisely, and for worthwhile endeavors. Life at its longest is brief and leaves 
but little time for anyone to accomplish as much as he desires. Time, then, is vitally impor- 
tant, and the use to which it is put, even more so. The measure of your success, happiness, 
and contentment in life will be largely in direct proportion to the manner in which yon 
make intelligent use of your time. 

If you are to gain any success or happiness from this world, you must devote 
your time prudently to well-chosen, sensible pursuits. Time wasted is never regained. Time 
well-spent will surely bring you rich rewards in your future lives; it will produce solid habits 
and virtues that wiU enable you to overcome life's obstacles. Time well-spent, in short, will 
lead to contentment and peace. 

It has been said that at least once to every man will come a great opportunity. 
Shakespeare has well expressed this idea in the following lines: 

"There is a tide in the affairs of men 
Which taken at the flood leads on to fortune; 
Omitted, all the voyage of their life 
Is bound in shallows and in miseries. 
On such a full sea are we now afloat, 
And we mast take the current when it serves. 
Or lose our ventures." 

Those who have wisely employed their time will surely be ready when the big 
opportunity of their lives arrives. There are many opportunities in this land of ours for those 
who are prepared to accept responsibility, and who are eager and willing to work, I urge you 
to resolve now to employ your time in the noble pursuits of life. If you do so, I can assure you 
that your lives will be happy, purposeful, and productive of untold good. 

To you, the members of the Class of 1950, I extend my warmest and sincerest 
Irishes for such a life here on earth and for an eternity of joy and bliss hereafter with God, to 
Whom you must account for every moment of your lives. 

Thomas /•'. (lately, Head Master 




THOMAS F. GATELY 




Lucile A. Harrington John J. Landrigan Ci.are L. Martell Mary Reid 

English English English English 




Grace N. Aznive Margaret A. Learson G. Pauline Gordon Louise E. Wolf 

Art Household Science Dressmaking Dressmaking 




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William E. O'Connor 
Head of Department 
Commercial Branches 



Lor etta J. Burke 
Commercial Branches 




Rose A. Daly 
Commercial Branches 




Antonio E. F. Donadio 
Commercial Branches 







Charles Kaner 
Commercial Branches 



Dorothea M. Kelley 
Commercial Branches 



Dorothea K. MacLeod 
Commercial Branches 



Francis E. O'Brien 
Commercial Branches 





Mary E. Rush 
Commercial Branches 



Agnes V. Scanneli. 
Commercial Branches 




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Mary F. Sullivan 
Co m m ere ial Bra nc lies 




Mildred M. Ward 
Commercial Branches 






Katharine Keoigh 
Guidance Counselor 



Ethel S. Fletcher 
Vocational Guidance 






Josephine C. Kelley 

Librarian 



Lillian M. Hanrahan 
Secretary 




Helen L. Walsh 
Secretary 




Medical Aid 





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HONOR SOCIETY 

Front How: Rosalyn Winchester, Shirley 
Conza, Mary Ann Harra, Mary O'Rourke, 
Barbara Anderson, Ann McNulty, Marie 
Fiore, Hose Marie Eppolito. Juan Pa lin- 
guist, Eleanor KildutT, Charlotte Nilson, 
Joan Edenborg, Margaret Kennedy* Sec- 
ond How: Marie Borges, Muriel Brown, 

Loretta Berlo, Lillian Barile, Janet John- 
son, Webster Howard, Francis Sweeney. 
Joan Mcintosh, Constance Lamprey, Wini- 
fred Shephard, Doris Johnson, Margaret 
Haley. Third How: Eileen Marzilli, Janet 
Faulstich, Jacqueline Daley, Ada Cosimini, 
Louise Aronian, Joan Lund. Norma Schlos- 
ky, Joanne Gravolese, Ann Cagliano, Car- 
ole Chisliolm, Rose Marie Keller, Janice 
Maloof. 



SENIOR COUNCIL 

Front How: Richard Lucy, Thomas Pink- 
ham, Shirley Conza, Jeanne Bligh. James 
Tnl hot. Joan Mcintosh, Janet Johnson, 
Norman Drews, Robert Corner. Second 
How: Miss Ruane, Phyllis Genson, Joanne 
K'rim, Robert Keefe. James Sullivan, Mari- 
lyn Mulvey, Anne Carter, Irene Dragani. 
MissCuiney. Third Haw: Paula Hubbard, 
Charlotte Nilson, Martha Vogel, June 
Weld), Virginia Parsons, Barbara Mac Bride, 
Muriel Brown, Virginia Harry. 



KEY CLUB 

Front How: Thomas Pinkham. Leo Mellyn, 
J a mes Brooks, Robert Henzler. Prank 
Sweeney. James Blades, Paul Donahue, 

Leo Phelan, John Deaimone. Second Row: 
Mr. W. O'Connor, Harlan Pinkham, Web- 
ster Howard, (ieorge Brownell, Fred White. 
James Covne, Donald Blair, William Dina- 
pole. Third How: Charles White, James 
IL . H;i:rv ^prir.n:: \ A r M.:rk J - m: 

Moran, John ECIiphan, Kenneth Mac- 
Williams* 




ITALIAN CLUB 

Front Row: Cecilia Cameron, Madeline 
Mariano, Theresa Romano, Dolores Di 
Rienzo, Michael Di Carlo, Angela Lepore, 

Andrew Fiore, Judith Hallett. Stroud Rtnr: 

Mary Mitzcavitch, Marianne DeNozzi, 
Huth Iarrobino, Miss Stravrinos, {Catherine 
l.akis, Lorraine Massinni, Rose Colli. 
Third Ron-: William DeXapoli, Joseph 
Crisafulli, Joseph Marzilli, Charles Mira- 
l>ile, Joseph Loiacono, Louis Crilli. 



EL CLUB ESPANOL 

Front Roir: Anlen Brook, Margaret Ken- 
nedy, Eleanor Biggy, Ann Carter, Eleanor 
Kilduff, Joan Mcintosh, Ann Freniere, 
Elaine Phillips, Jeanne Fruh, Mary Casey. 
Second Ron- : Miss Whelan, Fred White, 
Lyle L'Hommedieu, Muriel Brown. Thom- 
as Harvey, Frank Sweeney, William Costin, 
Angela Bruno, Kay Elissa Lakis, Carol 
Johnson. Third Roir : Marilyn Mulvey, 
Marie Giuggio, Phyllis Genson, Joan 
O'Callaghan, Rosemarie Kelley, Marie 
Borges. Loretta Berlo, Yvonne Schnell, 
Alice Oberacker, Joseph MacDonald. 



FRENCH CLUB 

Front Row: C. Korb, B. Jones, G. Somes, 
L. Aronian, G. O'Donnell, A. McNulty, 
J. Dufresne, P. Hubbard, G. Moulton, C. 
Somes, J. Maloof, A. Luke. Second Ron-: 

B. Ashjian, M. Rautenberg, A. Lynch, M. 
Diehl, B. Anderson, J. Hallet, N. Conca, S. 
Conza, Y. Schnell, P. Anderson, I. Cusack, 
J. Dufresne, D. Johnson, E. Hallet, A. 
Lapore, C. Chisholm, A. Harrigan, J. Kun- 
stler. Miss Kane. Third Row: A. Bruno, 

C. Page. C. Lamprey. A. DeMers, A. Bea- 
ton, J. Warner, R. Winchester, J. Grava- 
lese, A. Sandstrom, L. Barile, M. Haley, 
V. Morris, M. Harrington, M. Goodway, 
J. Johnson, J. Mcintosh, J. Caulfield, E. 
Marzilli. Fourth Row: T. Norton, H. Pink- 
ham. W. Pfau, J. Talbot, R. Henzler, P. 
Stark. J. Lonergan, J. Susi, J. Donahue. 
J. Brooks, N. Drews. 







TATTLER STAFF 

Front Roir: Mary Urban, Dorothy Walter. 
Marie Borges. Janice Maloof, Jacqueline 
Daley. Shirley Conza. William Keiran, 
Peter Stark. Janet Johnson. Ann McNulty, 
Robert Henzler. Srcond Roir: Miss Az- 
nive. Marilyn Ferrara, Gloria Tawa. Mar- 
garet Haley. Virginia Parsons. Edward 
Nolan, Thomas Harvey. Robert I.ee, Ken- 
neth Dini, Edith Gudniand. Virginia Smith. 
Ada Cosimini. Miss Toland. Third Roir: 
Janet Faulstich. Joanne Krim. Joan Palm- 
<|uist. Katherine Fairbanks, Thomas Pink- 
ham. Lillian Barile. Elizabeth Long, Evelyn 
Anderson, Norma Schlosky. Rose Jung. 



TATTLER BUSINESS STAFF 

Front Rmr: Madeline Harrington. June 
Thayer. Edna Morton. Eleanor KildurT. 
Mr. Branca. Elaine Phillips. Dolores Di 
Rienzo. Jean (iale. Patricia Waldron. 
Second Roir: Doris Johnson. Joan dannon, 
Carol Nash, Maureen Delaney, Joan 
Ada ms. 



TATTLER REPRESENTATIVES 

Front Roir: Carol Somes. Elaine Phillips, 
Marion Doucctte. Edith Goodman, Miss 
Daly. Joan Bartley. Kathryn Morrissey, 
Carole Chisholm. Eleanor KildufT. Second 
Roir: Carolyn Conley. Ruth Willey. Mari- 
lyn Parker. Mary Curran. Barbara Mc- 
Lean, Arthur B ro w nell , Jean Dufresne. 
Doris Pellegrine. Elizabeth Byrne. Ann 
Carradonna, (iwalia Moulton. Third Rnir : 
Joseph Moccia, James Lawrence, Norman 
Drews. William Hurd. Ja mes Jay. Kenneth 
Hanson. Robert Reardon, Thomas Norton, 
Louis Balboni, 





YEARBOOK STAFF 

Front Row: Marjorie Ben way, Eleanor Kil- 
dutf, Henry Spria mi, Mario liorgos, Thomas 
Pinkham, Joanne Krim, Peter Stark, Char- 
lotte Nilson, .loan Kunstler. Second Row: 
Shirley Conza, Ann Harrigan, Betty Rud- 
dy, .loan Mcintosh, Janet Johnson, Mar- 
tha Vogel, Francis Sweeney, Barbara Mc- 
Bride, Robert Gomer, Barbara Anderson, 
Miss Reid. 




YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF 

Front Row: Joan Adams, Miss Daly, Eliz- 
abeth Byrne, Jeanette Greer. Second Row: 
Alyce Oberaeker, Barbara Frausel, Helen 
Gaffney, Barbara Fanning, Shirley Wallace, 
Myina .Serverson, Louise Aronian, Janet 
Connell. 



YEARBOOK SECRETARIES 

Front Row: Najla Abdelnour. Edna Mor- 
ton, Gloria Tana, Virginia Smith. Second 
Row: Margaret Leon, Odette Shaker, Mar- 
ion Farrell, Doris Cunningham. Mary Mc- 
Carty, Mary O'Rourke, Alice Kirch- 
gassner, Marie DeCristafaro, Betsy Ross, 
Shirley Wallace. 





CADET OFFICERS 

Front Row: William Ef&yhea, Alan Stone, 
Edward Nolan, Francis Sweeney, James 
Susi, Thomas Pinjcham, Joseph Magennis. 
Robert Schmidt, Hoy Solander. Second 
Roic: Paul Bendery, Richard Duggan, 
Kenneth Kranefuss, Harvey Grey, William 
Coatin, .lolin De Simone, John Narsiff. 



JUNIOR RED CROSS 

Front Row: Barbara Conroy, Dorothy 
Stahler, Janet Handy, Barbara Anderson, 
Robert Ryan, June Saba, Jeanette Greer, 
Frances McHugO. Second Ron-; Miss 
Stavrinoa, Patricia Butler, Judith Hallet, 
Doris Johnson, Alt a Coulter, Elizabeth 
Long, Martha Good way, Georgia O'Con- 
nel). Gloria Di Cicco, Mildred Rautenberg, 
Helen GafTney. Third Row: Phyllis Cain, 
Carol Thorns, Francis Sweeney, Wilfred 
Hill, Robert Lee, Warren McGrath, George 
Wilson, John DeSimone, Barbara Wagner, 
Barbara Ashjian. 



DEBATING CLUB 

Front Row: F. Sweeney, M. Diehl, E, Long, 

B. Anderson, E. Kilduff, B. O'Donnell, R. 
Henzler, B. Romanake, V. Luke, (i. Di 
Cicco, P. Genaon, M. Giuggio, T. McKin- 
non. Second Row: A. McNultv, V. Smith, 
V. Schnell, M. Borgea, A. Schultz, A. 
Oberacker, V. Parsons, M. Urban, J. Gillia, 
Mr. Landrigan, E. Byrne, B. Cumminga, 
P. Sullivan, A. Carter, M. Casey, 0. Dnr- 
gin, C. Johnson. Third Ron-: V,. Hallet, S. 
Conboy, P. Alphen, L. Williams, I*. Con- 
Ion, J. Gudmand, K. Gudmand, J. Lund, 
S. Conza, A. Beaton, M. Lane, M. Harring- 
ton, M. Warren. Fourth Row: K. Snow, L, 
Berlo, J. Cornell. 1). Ingdahl, A. DeFaulia, 
B. McLean, J. Thayer. V. Johnson, M. 

Good way, J. Hallet, I >. Hun in baker, J. 

Brophy. 




ORCHESTRA 

Front Row: Helen** Noonan, Carole Den- 
man, Muriel Brown, Lvle L'Hommedieu, 
Alice MacLeod, Edith Ballet, Shirley Nel- 
son. Second How: Miss Reid, Richard 
Christiansen, Edward Dailey, John Jenks, 
Bruce Wort hley, Ronald Kramer, John 
Donahue, Henrv Iovenelli. 



DRUM CORPS 

Front Row: Roy Chase, Richard Burns, 
Anthony Benedetti, Charles Lynch, ('apt. 
Richard Mullin, Phillip Doherty, Thomas 
Giorgio, Donald Bruning, 1st Lt. -la mes 
DePhilippo. Second Row: Donald LaRosa, 
Louis Balboni, Richard Christopher, 2nd 
Lt. Robert Norton, Arthur Brownell, 
Thomas McCormick, 1st Lt. Thomas (Iran- 
field, Gennaro Cogliano, Anthony Arcaro, 
C, F. Gabele. 



BAND 

Front Row: Ronald Kramer, Fred Dorgan, 
Richard Dawson, Carl GiufTre, Paul Leon, 
Kenneth Hanson, 1st. Lt. Richard Chris- 
tiansen, John Jenks, Henrv Iovenelli. 
Second Row: John Donahue, James Coyne, 
Thomas Skellv, James Hayes, Capt. Ed- 
ward Dailey, Kenneth (lave, George Noel, 
1st Lt. Richard Mullaney, 2nd Lt. Gerald 
Connolly, C. F. Gabele. Thir<l Row; James 
Gookin, James Brooks. Marshall Myers, 
Warren Morrissey, William Morrissey, Leo 
Shea, Robert May. 





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Front Roto: Eleanor Kilduff, Gloria Sim- 
mons, Barbara Anderson, ("(instance Page. 
Second Row: Thomas Pinkham, Leo Mel- 
lyn, John Lonergan, Miss Hamrock, 
Joseph Magennis, Francis Sweeney. 



GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 

Front Itoir: Louse Aronian, Judith Gud- 
mand, Margaret Diehl, Ann Luke, Eleanor 
Kilduff, .loan Adams, Constance Lamprey, 
Constance Page, Audrey DeMers, Edith 
Gudmand, Nancy ( lenient , Alice MacLeod. 
Second lion-: Ann Johnson, Mary Quincy, 
Barbara Fiore, Phyllis Cain. Paula Huh- 
hard, Judith Hallet. Martha Goodway, 
Alta Coulter. Shirley Conza. Joanne Krim, 
Carole Chisholm. Eileen Marzilli. Doris 
Sanson. Patricia Sullivan. Marjorie Ben- 
way, Virginia Cosgro, Mildred Mack, 
Martha Thomas, Marilyn Trask. Edith 
Hallet. Harriet Lyons. Third Row: Pat 
Chisholm, Josephine Spezzano. Jean Dow, 
Jane Diggins, Jean Gale, Joan Lund, Verna 
Claus, Barbara Macl.ean, Joanne Kelley, 
Louise Gavin. Marion Carli, Mildred 
Fischer. Margaret NarsitT. Pat Butler. 
Dorothy Stabler. Fourth Row: Lorraine 
Williams. Gloria Simmons, Kay Lakis, 
Audrey Burton. Marilyn Parker, Mary F. 
Burke. Josephine DeCristofaro, Eleanor 
Johnson, Val Gutke, Mary Harney. Mary 
Collins. 



CLASS DAY COMMITTEE 



Front Row: Muriel Brown, Barbara Ander- 
son. Virginia Parsons, Marilyn Ferrara, 
Joan Adams, Virginia Barry. Joan Meln- 
Tosh, Joanne Krim. Second Row: James 
Talbot, Robert Potter, Thomas Pinkham, 
Norman Drews, Thomas Reid, Third Row: 
June Webb, Shirley Conza, Kenneth Krane- 
fuss. James Susi, Edward Evangelists, 
.la mi s Sullivan, Robert Gomer, 




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BASKETBALL 

Front Row: \\ Rohrbacker, Ray Woo, Jim 
Susi, Jim Talbot. Muff Potter. Second 
Rmr: Mr. Tierney. Charlie White. Paul 
Leary, Bob Biggsr, Pete Stark. Ron Fer- 
rara. Tom Flanagan. Dick Waldron, Bob 
Harms. 



FOOTBALL 

Front Sow: E. Brennan. J. White. R. 
Keefe, R. Freelev. A. Rohrbacker, J. Tal- 
bot. R. Harms. P. Hutchinson, A. Nicotera, 
(". Donaruma. Srctind Hon-: Mr. Murray, 
J. Sullivan. W. Lvons, R. Potter, J. Shea. 
J. Jenks, K. Kranefuss. J. Mullen. 1). ( lark. 
J. Hoev, J. Narsiff, Mr. Gately. Third 
Ron: P. Karas. W. Collins. T. Movlan. R. 
Waldron, F. Grant. R. Norton. J. Phinney, 
J. Carmichael R. Francis, J, Gookin, K. 
Cullinane. R. True, Mr. Hartin. Fourth 
Rout: T, O'Rourkc, T. Giorgio, K. Moore, 
K. Slifer, K. Coppinger. K. Wyand, It. 
(ilynn. P. O'Toole, N. Bichekas, A. Kich- 
inger, F. Dow, (!. Noel. 



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HOCKEY 

Front Row: James DePhilippo, Carmen 
Donaruma, Richard Lucy, Ken Kranefuss, 
Dennis McLaughlin, Thomas Giorgio, 
.John Walsh, John Casey, Thomas Dona- 
van. Second Row: Mr. Cately, Joseph 
Magennis, Dale McCarter, James Car- 
michael, Edward Brennan, Kevin Culli- 
nane, James Pratt. Richard Dawson, 
George Lucy, Mr. Reynolds. 




TRACK TEAM 

Front Rmr: Bobby Glynn, Paul Leon. Bob 
Gomer, Dick Fein, Tom Movlan, Norm 
Drews, Phil Doherty, Bob Wald man, Jim 
Allen. Dave Lamprey. Second Row: Mr. 
(lately, Jim Magennis, Don Bruning, Ed- 
ward Lennon. Ken Hansen, Leo Phalen, 
Bob Henzler, Fred Grant. John Sullivan. 
Dick Sullivan, Rov Chase, Larry Copponi 
Mr. Murray. Third Ron-: Edward Heu- 
mann, Fred White, Dick Freelev, Bob 
Keefe, Jim White, John Na rsiff , Ronnie 
Wilson, Bob Sullivan, Tom Kerrigan. 





NAJLA ABDELNOUR 

5004 Wash. St., West Roxbury 
Smooth niid clever Naj . . • of 
the shiny hnir . . . Ikis an option 
on the first seat in every class- 
room . . . She can use her at- 
tractive and stylish self as model 
in her career as a fashion 
designer. 

Yearbook Secretary; Howling 2; 
Basketball 1 ; Tennis 1. 



JOAN H. ADAMS 
52 Murray Hill Rd., Roslindale 
Joanie is a wonderful gal with 
a wonderful personality! Bet 
you have no trouble finding those 
pen pals! We hear you don't 
enjoy washing dishes . . . Use 
"Yel" — it cuts dish washing time 
in half. 

Tattler 1; Tennis 1; Badminton 
1; Glee Club 1. 



NANCY L. A IT KEN 
64 Cliftondale St., Roslindale 
Xan likes to baby sit . . . and 
sew! . . . which makes her quite 
the domestic type . . . California, 
here she comes! . . . We know 
she'll have a smile in her voice 
when she says, "Number, 
please." 
Howling 1. 



DOLORES ALIOTTA 

"219 Roslindale Ave., Roslindale 
Del is one of the gals who cheered 
Rossie's football team onto vic- 
tory . . . When Del's not cheer- 
ing, she's dancing . . . and you 
can bet she does both with an 
art that's all her own. 
Spanish Club 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Basketball 1; Bowling 2. 



PAULA ALPHEN 

.5-2 Woodlawn St., Jamaica Plain 
Comely Paula has a yen for 
football and dancing . . . Her 
hobby is modeling . . . we can 
quite see why . . . She hopes to 
be a nursery-school teacher . . . 
Till then we'll find her at Mary 
Brooks. 

Debating Club 1; Cheerleader; 
Basketball 2; Swimming 1; 
Badminton 2; (Hee Club. 




RALPH M. AMES 
44 Parklawn Rd., West Roxbury 
Amesie is that tall, good-looking 
guy . . . with the never-failing 
pleasant manner and manners 
. . . with the intelligence to 
know just what he wants to do 
with his life . . . Bon voyage! 
Baseball; Swim mm;/. 



ALICE E. ANDERSON 

1S5 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Al wants to exercise her abun- 
dant talent with the paint brush 
by becoming a commercial ar- 
tist . . . We hope she can find 
time to do a little ice-skating 
and swimming as an art student. 
Junior Bed Cross Representatire 

1; Cheerleader 1; Swimming 1 ; 

Tennis 1. 



BARBARA J. ANDERSON 

1.55 Park St., West Roxbury 
Babs, the gal with enough poise 
and graciousness to share with 
all . . . Admired for her many 
fine abilities, Babs stays just as 
sweet and lovely as she possibly 
can be. 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Yearbook; French Club 2; Debat- 
ing Club 1; Radio Broadcast 3; 
Junior Red Cross Representa- 
tive 3; Junior and Senior 
Delegate to Council; Cheer- 
leader 1; Bowling 1; Swimming 
1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Class Plays 2. 



PRISCILLA ANDERSON 

72 Westover St., West Roxbury 
Sil is one of Rossie's athletic 
Misses . . . Well, who could help 
being a baseball fan? ... Sil is 
headed for college after gradua- 
tion . . . Here's a gal that has 
plenty on the ball. 
French Chili; Bowling; Swim- 
ming; Tennis; Badminton. 



URBAN ANDERSON 

•2.5 Basto Ter., Roslindale 
Andy, who loves to tinker with 
autos, hopes to be a sign painter 
... If he's as good an artist as 
he is with the girls, the Donnelly 
Advertisement Company better 
be ready! 

Bugle and Drum Corps, Sergeant. 



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ANN ARCARO 

38 Averton Ave., Roslindale 
Ann's gracious manner has en- 
deared her to lier many class- 
mates . . . She does her work with 
an efficiency that will aid her 
greatly in realizing her ambition 
to be a nurse. 
Italian Club 2. 



LOUISE ARONIAN 

•ii'S Centre St., West Roxbury 
Lulu is one of Rossie's most ac- 
complished pianists ... If she 
does half as well at Boston 
Teachers College as she did at 
Roslindale High, we know she'll 
graduate "cum laude." 
Tattler 1; French Club 1 : French 
Assembly 1 : Basketball 1 ; Bad- 
minton 1 ; (lice Club Pianist 1. 




VIRGINIA A. BARRY 

17 Gertrude Rd., West Roxbury 
Every Thursday at 8:00, Ginny 
slowly makes her way out of the 
bus, for council meeting ... If 
her old Ford would only run! 
. . . Fond of teachers . . . she 
hopes to go to Framingham. 
Senior Council; Bowling 1; Ten- 
nis 1; Badminton 3. 



VIRGINIA M. BARSAMIAN 

10 Stearns Rd., West Roxbury 
(Jinny, known for her humorous 
quips, is always looking on the 
bright side of life . . . Her 
friendly smile, optimistic views, 
and vivacious manner have won 
many friends for her. 
Ten n>s 1. 



CAROLYN J. AVALLONE 
4113 Washington St., Roslindale 
Carolyn is a jolly sort, 
She's sweet and certainly a sport. 
The nursing profession she'll en- 
hance, 

Poor St. Pete won't have a 

chance. 
Italian Club 2. 



JEAN R. AVALLONI 

9 Dent St., West Roxbury 
With her sparkling dark eyes 
and captivating smile Jean is 
sure to be an ornament as well 
as an asset to any office . . . This 
gal has plenty of ambition. 
Cheerleader ; Bowling 3. 



MARY ANN BARCA 

17 Copley St., Roxbury 
Mary Ann is the perfect exam- 
ple of a well-rounded personality 
. . . She is bubbling over with 
good-natured fun and her keen 
wit is equaled only by her keen 
intellect . 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society l. 

Tattler Re presentatire 1; Cheer- 
leader 1 ; Bowling >; Tennis 1; 
Basketball. 




CELESTE BASILE 

*0 Taft Hill Ter., Roslindale 
Celeste is a sincere and loyal 
friend always anxious to help 
her classmates . . . This quality, 
plus a quick wit, makes her a 
welcome addition to any group. 
Italian Club Secretary and Treas- 
urer 2; Tennis. 



IRENE BASILE 

38 Basile St., Roslindale 
A vivacious lass with a yen for 
modeling . . . any wonder? . . . 
so lovely to look at and so 
lov ely to know . . . Irene's many 
enjoyments include dancing, 
baseball, and football. 
Italian Club J; Cheerleader 1; 
Bowling 1; Swimming 1. 



PAUL BENDERY 

I 1 Alhano St., Roslindale 
Paul never appears to have a 
worry in the world . . . He pos- 
sesses that rare quality of re- 
maining calm in all situations 
. . . That should assure him suc- 
cess in his chosen lield . . . 
medicine. 
Cadet Officer 1. 



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ARVIDA BENSON 

87 Oakmcrc St., West Roxbury 
Heiinie is the belle of Roll-land 
but she takes time out to do a 
few spins behind a well-known 
counter . . . With her persistence 
she's bound to be a success in 
whatever field she chooses. 
Bowling 1. 



MARJORIE BENWAY 

6 Alaric Ter., West Roxbury 
Margie, whose pep and vitality 
make her one of the best-liked 
girls at R. H., collects knick- 
knacks and likes to read . . . 
She'll make a fine private secre- 
tary after graduating from Bos- 
ton Clerical. 

Yearbook-; French Club 1; French 
Assembly 2; Orchestra 1; Jun- 
ior Red Cross Representative 1; 
Bowling 1; Badminton 1; Glee 
Club 3. 

LORETTA BERLO 

-28 Midvale Rd., West Roxbury 
Loretta is one of our nicest 
Rossiettes . . . unassuming, 
sweet, and always on the honor 
roll . . . we know her friends at 
B. U. will enjoy her company as 
much as we have. 
Spanish Club 1; Debating Club I; 
Spanish Assembly 2; Tennis 1; 
Badminton ?. 



PETER BERNARDO 

52 Cedrus Ave., Roslindale 
We might call Pete the fellow 
with the golden disposition . . . 
and you can bet we wouldn't be 
far from wrong ... A fine fellow 
with a swell sense of humor is our 
Pete . . . We hope graduation 
won't mean goodbye! 



MARIE J. BIANCHETTO 

124 Peter St., Roslindale 
Marie's mischievous brown eyes 
tell the story of what goes on 
behind that demure expression 
... A lover of practical jokes, 
she laughs just as heartily 
when the jokes are on her. 
Basketball 1; Tennis 1; Badmin- 
ton 1. 





ELEANOR C. BIGGY 

10 Sunnybanlc Rd., W Roxbury 
Ellie has a strange ambition 
... to see if the third rail is 
really alive . . . Don't go near it, 
Ellie . . . What would our treas- 
urer do without your most 
gracious assistance? . . . No 
kidding, Ellie . . . thanks a lot! 
Cheerleader ; Bowling 3. 



JEANNE E. BLIGH 

7.5 Glendower Rd., Roslindale 

Jea nine's a honey; 

Her giggle is sunny. 

Our senior V.P. 

Will go places . . . You'll see! 

Senior lice President ; Tattler 
Representative; Junior Red 
Cross Representative ; Cheer- 
leader; Basketball 2; Softball I; 
Swimming 1 ; Badminton 1. 



MARIE A. BORGES 

i Clarendon Ct., Roslindale 
Everyone likes Marie, whose 
Rossie Notes in the Transcript 
have become famous . . . she's 
always on top in her school ac- 
tivities . . . some day you'll see 
Marie's name signed to news- 
paper articles ... a full-fledged 
star reporter! 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Yearbook Associate Editor; Tat- 
tler Staff News Editor; Span- 
ish Club I; Debating Club 1; 
Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; 
Softball 1; Swimming 1; Ten- 
nis 1 ; Badminton 2. 



CONSTANCE A. BRADLEY 

36 Newburg St., Roslindale 
Although long-hair music gives 
Connie the heebie-jeebies, she's 
seldom among the missing when 
there's a good dance band 
around . . . She sews, bowls, and 
swims . . . This gal gets around! 
Bowling 1; Basketball 1; Field 

Hockey 1; Tennis 1. 



MARGARET J. BRADY 

-,' I Kldredge Rd., Jamaica Plain 
Peggy has a gentle disposition 
and likes to walk in the rain . . . 
Among the many sports which 
she enjoys, her favorite is bowl- 
ing . . . And she has an allergy 
to be-bop. 

Bowling I; Basketball 1; Field 
Hockey 1 ; Tennis 1. 



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MARY BROADWATER 

12 Durant St., West Roxbury 
Mary has a way with the kid- 
dies . . . Her favorite occupation 
is minding them. With her 
warm, friendly manner and quiet 
humor she seems perfectly suited 
for her chosen career as a nurse. 
Bowling .'; Tennis '. 



CARMELA BROGNA 

40 (ireaton Rd., West Roxbury 
Mai . . . Don't-Call-Me-Shortie 
. . . loves all sports. Tall girls 
look well in an office, so cheer up, 
Mai . . . Besides, predictions are, 
all girls will be tall by the year 
4000. 

Spanish Club 1; Italian Chili .'. 



ARDEN M. BROOK 

14 Vista St., Roslindale 
An Arden (t ) (Pardon us) tennis 
player . . . Arden also loves danc- 
ing . . . modern, ballet . . . any 
kind! . . . Her gentleness should 
be a great asset in her life as a 
kindergarten teacher. 
Spanish Club J; Spanish Assem- 
bly 2. 



JAMES F. BROOKS 

90 Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Early to Rise must he Jim's mot- 
to, for no matter what time we 
come sleepily into school, Jim's 
on corridor patrol! . . . Jim's 
hobby is photography . . . his 
goal is Northeastern University. 
Key Club 3; French Club 1; 
Tattler Representative 1. 



MURIEL E. BROWN 

35 Caspar St., West Roxbury 
Mebby is the blonde member 
of our very proficient . . . anil 
attractive . . . flute duo . . . 
Pretty, sweet, bright, pleasant 
. . . she has everything to make 
her just t he right kind of teacher, 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 

Sneiety. 

Yearbook t ; French Assembly 1; 
Spanish Assembly t;0rchestra- 
Senior Symphony ■!; Tattler 
Representative 1. 




CLAIRE R. BUCKLEY 

304 Beech St., Roslindale 
Clara likes sports and is a sure 
shot in basketball . . . She loves 
to curl up with a good hook, but 
not for long, because she is ener- 
getic and can't stay away from 
how ling. 

Basketball; Softball; Tennis; Bad- 
minton. 



MARY FRANCES BURKE 

IS-2 St. Theresa Ave., W. Rox. 
Although Sis likes swimming 
and ice-skating, both are for- 
gotten when there is a new book 
around. There's some question 
as to how one can dislike a Har- 
vard accent at a Harvard dance 
. . . but no comments. 
French Assembly 1; Orchestra 1; 
Junior Red Cross Representa- 
tive 1; Home and School 
Representative 1; dice Club .'. 



AUDREY BURTON 

79 Woodard Rd., West Roxbury 
Burt's favorite occupation is 
roller skating . . . likes football, 
hates Harvard Crew cuts. W hen 
you don't feel well, just go to 
Burt, for she is going to be a 
nurse ... a fine one, too. 
French Assembly >; Glee Club 3 



ELIZABETH A. BYRNE 

45 Oriole St., West Roxbury 
Smiling Betty's favorites are 
(lancing, reading, swimming . . . 
She wants to go to St. Margaret's 
Hospital . . . Oh no, she's not 
sick . . . just wants to be one of 
those wonderful women in white. 
Yearbook Business Staff; Debat- 
ing Club; Tattler Representa- 
tive; Junior Red Cross Repre- 
sentative; Bowling; Tennis >. 



PHYLLIS CAIN 

:il Hastings St., West Roxbury 
Phyl's favorite hobby is music 
. . . She likes driving and roller 
skating too . . . We hope she 
rolls right into a successful 
career as a buyer when she 
graduates from Lasell. 
Junior Red Cross Representative 
1; Bowling 3; (ilee Club 2. 



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ANN CARADONNA 

155 Manthorne Rd., W. Rox. 
Ann always seems happy . . . 
Her favorite occupation is study- 
ing — Ha! . . . After attending 
B.U., Sparkle Plenty (where did 
she pick up that? ) would like to 
get married. 

Spanish Club 1; Tattler Repre- 
sentative t; Bowling .'; Tennis 
1 ; Badminton 1 . 



PHYLLIS CAREY 

497 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Phyllis's cheerful ways and nim- 
ble feet have brought her many 
a gracious partner on the dance 
floor . . . We know she'll waltz 
her way to a successful career as 
a professional ballroom dancer. 
Swimming 1; Cheerleader 1. 



MARION CARLI 

39 Cars St., West Roxbury 
Marion will make a successful 
bookkeeper with her quiet and 
efficient manner . . . Her pet 
peeve is unexpected examina- 
tions, but from her high marks 
we see she does all right in 
them. 

Italian Club; Junior Red Cross 
Representative ; Soft Rail; Glee 
Club 2. 



ANNE CARTER 

319 Park St., West Roxbury 
To Mickey ... a sweet gal . . . 
we promise no socks with bal- 
lerina slippers on Class Day . . . 
her pet peeve. Likes hockey 
and swimming. We hope she 
never combines the two . . . 
Est-ce possible? 

Senior Council; Yearbook Rusi- 
ness Staff; Spanish Club 2; De- 
bating Club; Spanish Assembly 
J; Junior Red Cross Repre- 
sentative; Roirliny 2; Tennis 2; 
Badminton. 

LOIS CARTY 

10 Elvin Rd., Roslindale 
Lois's hobby is collecting rec- 
ords and she spends her spare 
time dancing to them . . . She 
wants to go to B.l*. and then 
become a stenographer in the 
Public Works Building. 
Yearbook Business Staff; Debat- 
ing Club 1 ; Cheerleader I; Ten- 
nis 1. 




JOHN E. CASEY 
138 Walter St., Roslindale 
Johnnie would rather be under 
a car . . . fixing it we mean . . . 
than almost anywhere else ex- 
cept on ice ... He wants to be 
an auto mechanic, and he sure 
has a good starter. 
Bugle and Drum !; Hockey 3. 



MARY L. CASEY 
31 Avalon Rd., West Roxbury 
Sunny is the dramatic type . . . 
she just loves the theatre and 
acting, or just plain public 
speaking . . . She's an active 
debater, you know . . . But she's 
headed for personnel manage- 
ment. 

Spanish Club; Debating Club; 
Spanish Assembly; Junior Red 
Cross Representative; Bowling; 
Glee Club J; Dramatics 2. 



JOAN ELLEN CAULFIELD 

709 West Roxbury Pkwy., 

West Roxbury 
Always has a big grin . . . likes 
fun and excitement . . . Known 
for her vivacity in sports . . . 
Next year you can find her 
studying at Kathleen Dell. 
French Club 2; Bowling -3; Bad- 
minton. 



RUTH CHILDS 

i326 Centre St., West Roxbury 
Rossie's prize photographer, who 
faithfully took pic tures of all the 
football games, loves to knit and 
swim . . . Her ambition is to 
attend a Presidential Inaugura- 
tion and the Army-Navy foot- 
ball game. 

Yearbook Business Staff; French 
Club 1; Debating ' Club 1; 
Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 2. 



RICHARD CHRISTIANSEN 

39 Ardale St.. Roslindale 
Chris . . . the virtuoso of the 
bass drum ... is an ardent base- 
ball and hockey fan . . . He plans 
to be an architect . . . Slake 
millions, Chris, and then buy the 
Bruins or t he Sox. 
Orchestra ■! ; Bund 2; Baseball 2. 



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ANN MARIE T. CLARK 

11 drove St., West Roxbury 
Annie's a gal who loves any, and 
every sport . . . she collects 
friends as well as records . . . 
Seems she likes hunting . . . 
Her modest ambition is simply 
... to be a success in life. 
Yearbook Business Stuff ; Basket- 
ball 2; Bowling ; Field Hockey; 
Swimming; Tennis; Badmin- 
ton. 



PAUL E. CLAYTON 

15 Dent St., West Roxbury 
Paul has a variety of hobbies 
. . . such as model air planes and 
stamp-collecting . . . but we 
suspect his real hobby is pho- 
tography . . . which he'd like to 
make his career. 



MARY A. COFFEY 

232 Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Mary will no doubt roller-skate 
to business school, and if later 
she should do office work in a 
large building, she can take them 
along to get around faster. 
Basketball I; Badminton 1. 



ELIZABETH COLELLA 

li) Congreve St., Roslindale 
Betty who designs clothes for a 
hobby, hopes to be successful 
stenographer . . . She likes all 
sports in which she can take 
part. Beware . . . Don't call her 
Lizzy . . . It's her pet peeve. 
Italian Club 2, President; 

Basketball 1. 



SYLVIA L. CON BOY 

56 S. Fairview St., Roslindale 
"Who is Sylvia, what is she?" 
. . . why, a gal who loves danc- 
ing, of course . . . plus a bit of 
swimming and skiing just for 
exercise . . . Wants to be a 
typist. 

Debating club I; Swimming 1; 

Tennis .'. 




PATRICIA CONLON 

318 Cummins Hwy., Roslindale 
Patsy has a fine, even disposi- 
tion . . . not even a pet peeve . . . 
She wants to travel ... so we 
hope she can go to Ireland and 
see her favorite Irish dances on 
t heir native sod. 
Debating Club 1; Spanish As- 
sembly 1; Bowling 1; Basket- 
ball J; Field Hockey 1; Soft- 
ball 1; Tennis 1 ; Badminton -I. 



JANET M. CONNELL 

158 Orange St., Roslindale 
She's a darling, a cutie, she's Jan; 
Her hair is like strawberry jam, 
To her sweetness we take off our 
hat 

For life without Jan would be 
flat. 

Yearbook Business Staff; Cheer- 
leader 1; Tennis 1; Badmin- 
ton 1. 



GERALD CONNOLLY 

7 Stellman Hd., Roslindale 
Liked by all . . . that's Gerry 
. . . Minus (terry's sparkling wit 
. . . Rossie's halls will certainly 
be dim . . . Besides keeping us 
amused . . . Gerry has won our 
admiration for his genuine sin- 
cerity and friendliness. 
Band Buyle and Drum Corps I ; 

Track 1. 



SHIRLEY V. CONZA 

3(1 Dwinnell St., West Roxbury 
Shi rl is a great favorite of every- 
one at Rossic . . . She's been a 
wonderful asset to our class and 
her sparkling smile is a welcome 
sight . . . Attractive, intelligent, 
Shirl bopes to attend Boston 
I niversity. 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Yearbook; Senior Council; Tat- 
tler Editor-in-Chief J; French 
Club J; Debating Club 1; 
French Assembly J; (lolf 2; 
Tennis J; Glee Club 



EVELYN COOPER 

-23 Fawndale Rd., Roslindale 
Petite, gentle, demure, Kvie is a 
true lady in every way . . . She 
enjoys roller skating and danc- 
ing . . . Evie wants to become a 
secretary some day ... \N e bet 
she'll be good! 



VIRGINIA COSCRO 

26 Hewlett St., Roslindale 
Quiet and understanding, Ginny 
possesses t lie rare quality of real 
sincerity . . . She enjoys howl- 
ing, and is very clever with 
needle and thread . . . She plans 
to study at Boston Clerical. 
Bowling 3; Ten nix 1; Glee Club .'; 
Badminton 1. 



WILLIAM COSTIN 

189 Wren St., West Roxbury 
Bill is the strong, silent type . . . 
But don't let him fool you by 
that silence . . . He's quite the 
popular lad . . . full of fun . . . 
He's college bound, and will be 
a sure success. 
Cadet Officer 1. 



MADELYN COTREAU 

105 Ardale St., Roslindale 
Madelyn, an honor student, 
likes to ice skate . . . Sewing is 
her favorite hobby . . . After 
attending Boston Clerical, she 
wants to become a bookkeeper 
. . . Will she use h^r figure 
skates? 
Bowling 1. 




CONSTANCE A. CUDDY 
17 Brookdale St., Roslindale 
Full of zip, y.ing, and personality 
- that's our Connie! . . . She 
possesses that intangible .some- 
thing called the "bandbox look" 
arid is known for being the first 
with the very latest styles. 
Cheerleader 2; Basketball I; Ten- 
nis 1. 



MARGARET CULLINANE 

8.50 Canterbury St., Roslindale 
Although Peg has only been with 
us a year, we know and like her 
. . . Where does she spend most 
of her time? ... At the movies 
. . . Hope you like Business 
School, Peg. 



BARBARA CUMMINGS 

.57 Vermont St., West Roxbury 
This pretty, blond gal wants to 
be a writer . . . She belongs to 
the Debating Club, the Bowling 
and Swimming teams, and loves 
dancing, at which she is very 
good ... To attend Lasell is 
Barbie's goal. 

Debating Club 1: Bowling 1; 
Swimming 1; Tennis 1; Bad- 
minton 1. 



EDITH CRAWFORD 

'20 Hancock St., Boston 
Eadie's a great rollerskating 
enthusiast . . . She was one of 
the peppiest cheerleaders of R. 
H. S. this year . . . After attend- 
ing Boston Clerical School, Eadie 
wants to be a secretary. 
Tattler Representative 1; Cheer- 
leader 1; Bowling S ; Field 
Hockey 1. 



JEAN CRISAFULLI 

70 Cowing St., West Roxbury 
Chris likes movies and knitting 
. . . her favorite sport is base- 
ball . . . Chris will make a fine 
secretary for someone someday. 
Bowling i?; Tennis 1. 




DORIS CUNNINGHAM 

378 Baker St., West Roxbury 
Charming and efficient Doris, 
whose ambition is to join the 
WAC, and who loves stenog- 
raphy, will no doubt become a 
competent little soldier in Uncle 
Sam's army. 
Bowling 1; Tennis 1. 



IRENE CUSACK 

89 Farquhar St., Roslindale 
Renee's pet peeve is home- 
lessons . . . but she intends to 
become a teacher . . . She may 
be just trying to get even, but 
we doubt it . . . Happiest while 
dancing, ice skating, or watch- 
ing the good old Red Sox. 
French Club 3; Spanish Club 2; 
Basketball 1. 



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EDWARD G. DA I LEY 

34 ( ass St., West Roxbury 
You'll always hear snappy beats 
when Tyrone's around . . . He'll 
only part with those drumsticks 
if he gets a hand master's baton 
in exchange ... A man of parts 
. . . and a good disposition! 
Orchestra 1; Band -1; Bugle and 

Drum Corps 2. 



JACQUELINE M. DALEY 

Mi Tyndale St., Roslindale 
Jackie's hobby, buying clothes, 
we well understand . . . her 
clothes represent the latest, 
smoothest styles . . . Tennis, 
swimming, golf, are tops in 
sports with her . . . Her ambi- 
tion is to be an insurance 
broker. 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 

Society. 
Tattler Staff; Tennis 1. 



LORRAINE DAVID 

16 Vershire St., West Roxbury 
Lorraine's friendliness will help 
her when she goes on the trips 
she wants to take . . . Don't 
forget to sketch a few scenes to 
bring back and show us. 
Swimming 1; Badminton 1. 



AGNES M. DE COURSE Y 

57 Walter St., Roslindale 
We're all going to miss our 
sweet Agnes . . . Her kindness 
and good humor have won her 
many friends at Rossie . . . She 
always has time for a good book 
. . . Remember us always, Agnes! 



M ARIE A. DE CRLSTOFARO 

5ll-> Heech St., Roslindale 
Her smile, ambition, and talents 
should help her to reach her goal 
as a secretary in nothing flat! 
. . . Marie enjoys dancing, col- 
lecting records, and baseball, 
a m on g ot her t lungs . . . Versatile? 
. . . you bet! 

Yearbook Secretary ; Tattler Rep- 
resentative 1; Cheerleader 1: 
Ten nix .'. 




MAUREEN DELANEY 

3888 Washington St., Roslindale 
Rene is on the look-out for ja- 
lopy races, she loves them! . . . 
Who knows that maybe someday 
we'll see Rene driving to B. (J. 
in one of those jalopies! 
Yearbook Business Staff; Tattler 
Business Staff; Tennis 1. 



MARY DELCORE 

S(i Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Smiley is an appropriate nick- 
name for our cheerful friend 
Mary! . . . When she's not danc- 
ing, she's taking pictures . . . 
We know it will be a snap for her 
to attain her ambition of being 
a fine stenographer. 
Bowling. 



AUDREY DeMERS 

852 Weld St., West Roxbury 
A sunny nature is what makes 
Audrey a Rossie favorite . . . 
Fond of collecting records; she 
would make a good model too! 
. . . Her goal — the University of 
Massachusetts . . . not by mule 
train. 

French Club 2; Spanish Club 1; 
Debating Club 1; Home and 
School Representative 1; Field 
Hockey 1 ; Softball 1 ; Tennis 1 ; 
Badminton 2; Glee Club 2. 

JAMES DePHILIPPO 

■27 Wellsmere St., Roslindale 
Jim is a boy of whom Rossie 
should be proud . . . Active in 
three sports as well as an officer 
in the Drum Corps ... he is 
quite a woodworker. 
Bugle and Drum Corps 2, First 

Lieutenant; Football 1; Track 

1; Baseball 1. 



JOHN DeSIMONE 

>V.) Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Jack likes sports . . . Especially 
hockey and he's a very efficient 
fellow . . . agreeable, too, which 
always helps . . . He has hopes 
of being a reporter . . . He'd be a 
li vc-w ire. 

Key Club 1; Spanish Assent big 
i; Cadet Officer 1; Junior Red 
Cross Representative 2: Hockey 
1. 



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GLORIA DiCICCO 

-m Hyde Park Ave., Roslindale 
Personality Plus! . . . that's our 
gal Glo! . . . She enjoys swim- 
ming, sewing, and watching 
baseball games . . . Wants to 
become an airline hostess . . . 
Hope we'll be seeing you in the 
air, Glo! 

Yearbook Business Staff; Debat- 
ing Club 1; Junior Red ('runs 
Representative 1; Cheerleader 
1 ; Swimming I; Tennis 1. 



MARGARET DIEHL 

'207 Willow St., West Roxbury 
Maggie, friendly and winning 
. . . likes square dancing ... It 
goes with her gay manner . . .At 
the University of Maine she'll 
add many more friends to those 
she's made at Rossie. 
French Club 2; Debating Club 1; 
French Assembly 1 ; Field Hock- 
ey 1; Tennis 1; Badminton 1; 
Glee Club 2. 



SAMUEL DiNALLO 

765 Rear South St., Roslindale 
Sam (call him Bill ) is one of our 
many good-natuied, good-look- 
ing classmates . . . He'd like to 
go to Northeastern and be a 
draftsman ... in architecture 
... a sound idea. 
Football 1; Truck 2; Baseball 1. 



KENNETH DINI 

i% Riverview St., West Roxbury 
What a range of interests Ken 
has! ... all the way from art to 
cross country truck driving . . . 
With a touch of hunting on the 
side ... a really talented and 
versatile guy. 
Tattler 1. 



DOLORES DI RIENZO 

33 Wycliff Ave., West Roxbury 
Dolly is an all-round sports 
lover . . . Her favorite sports are 
ice skating and baseball . . . 
Hope one of those free baseball 
passes will get her to her destina- 
tion . . . Heaver! 
Tattler Business Staff 1; Dalian 
Club 3. 




GERALD F. DOLAN 

151 Brown Ave., Roslindale 
Jerry is a regular guy with a 
quick smile and a quick quip 
. . . He wants to be a C. P. A. 
. . . We think he'll make it . . . 
He's the best-dressed man in 109! 
Track 1. 



ANNE M. DONOGHUE 
.50 YYenham St., Jamaica Plain 
Annie tells us her destination is 
heaven . . . Well, she certainly 
has the looks of an angel ... so 
. . . we're going to hear her an- 
gelic tones over the phone after 
graduation. 



MARION L. DOUCETTE 

39 Ramsdell Ave., Roslindale 
Mimi is a gal who collects 
stamps . . . You're not surprised 
if you know Mimi . . . She's 
going to be an efficient steno . . . 
Here's hoping she's a big suc- 
cess in her work. 
Tattler Representative 1. 



JEANETTE DOYLE 

46 Bradwood St., Roslindale 
Jenny has a wonderful personal- 
ity and has made a host of. 
friends in the few years she has 
graced the halls of R. H. S. 
We know you'll be a very effi- 
cient bookkeeper, Jenny. 
Cheerleader 1 ; Bowling S. 



IRENE MARIE DRAGANI 

67 Cohasset St., Roslindale 
Dynamite Dragani ... A tiny 
mite with lots of vim . . . She's 
a whiz at roller skating and likes 
the hum of a smooth record . . . 
Rossie is turning out another 
wonderful secretary. 
Senior Council: Orchestra 1; 

Cheerleader 1; Bowling 1. 



NORMAN DREWS 

18 Garnet Rd., West Roxbury 
Norm's a great favorite with 
both girls and boys ... an added 
attraction to any group . . . He 
hopes to enter college in the fall 
. . . Yes, girls, he has brains 
too! . . . We know you'll make 
that college football team. Norm.' 
Senior Council ; French Club 1: 
French Assembly 1; Tattler 
Representative 1: Football 3; 
Truck- ■!; Baseball -i. 



JOHN DRUMMEY 

75 Woodard Rd., Wesl Roxbury 
John is famous for his jolting 
walk around these immortal cor- 
ridors . . . John hopes to be a 
cabinet maker and with his am- 
bition goes the best of luck from 
Rossie High. 
Bugle and Drum Corps 1. 



THOMAS DUFFY 

(y> Johnson St., West Roxbury 
When Duff gives out with one of 
his famous remarks, we get 
more laughs t ban "where t he elite 
meet t' eat." . . . He's full of 
v. and v. . . . likes mechanics 
. . . follows sports, — especially 
baseball. 
Baseball 1. 



JANET A. DUFRESNE 

30 Symmes St., Roslindale 
Sweet little Jan will soon be- 
come a school inarm! . . . We hear 
she's quite the capable baby- 
sitter, but then, Janet will suc- 
ceed in almost anything . . . 
With such real character, how 
could she help it! 
French Club .', I' resident I; Bas- 
ketball 1. 



JOAN MARIE EDENBORG 

■iO Liszt St., Roslindale 
Eddie's hobbies are many . . . 
her destination, Boston Uni- 
versity . . . To be an accountant 
is her ambition . . . We know 
Joan's sweet smile and pleasing 
personality will make those dull 
figures interesting. 
lioslyn Chapter, National Honor 

Society. 
Bon ling H. 




JOHN EGO 

:HS LaGrange St., W. Roxbury 
Rig John . . . likable . . . red- 
headed . . . and rather tall . . . 
you just can't help noticing him 
... A sports enthusiast, basket- 
ball is his favorite . . . He would 
like to become an accountant. 
Orchestra; Band 1 ; Basketball 1. 



ROSE MARIE EPPOLITO 

11 Bexley Rd., Roslindale 
Rosie has been an active mem- 
ber at Rossie . . . Loves all kinds 
of sports, from eating and sleep- 
ing to dancing and swimming. 
Her goal is Boston University 
... In a few years, a C. P. A. 
lioslyn Chapter, National Honor 

Society, Vice President. 
Bowling 3; Tennis 1. 



FLORENCE L. ESPENHAIN 

:i > White Oak Rd., W. Roxbury 
A friendly lass with plenty of 
vitality and an ever-ready smile. 
An excellent dancer and pro- 
ficient swimmer, Flo also enjoys 
bowling . . . She'll be another of 
our girls at commercial school. 
Bowling i ; Tennis 1; Badmin- 
ton 1. 



EDWARD EVANGELIST A 

H Mendelssohn St., Roslindale 
Ed is everybody's friend! How 
could he help but be? Watch 
for him in the newspapers — with 
such a fine mind as his, Ed will 
be taking all the top honors at 
Boston College. 

Italian Club J; Junior Bed Cross 
Representative I; Football l; 
Glee Club 1. 



ROSALIE R. EVANGELIST A 

4.5 Mendelssohn St., Roslindale 
One of Rossie's most ambitious 
young ladies is Rosalie . . . Her 
greatest hope is to become a de- 
signer . . . Roy oh Roy . . . Ret 
those 1 *>«>(» styles will' really be 
something . . . We know you'll 
succeed, Rosie. 
Bowling I ; Bask etball 1. 



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BARBARA FANNING 

42 S. Fairview St., Roslindale 
Babs is one of Rossie's livewires. 
There's never a (lull moment 
when she is around . . . that cute 
little button nose and laughing 
eyes filled to the brim with mis- 
chief . . . One of Rossie's really 
cute gals! 

Bowling J; Tennis 1. 



MARION FARRELL 

38 Granfield Ave., Roslindale 
Marion's a girl with a sweet smile 
and a sense of humor . . . She 
likes to sleep but no wonder . . . 
she also likes to skate, swim, 
dance, and bowl . . . Someday 
she hopes to be a secretary. 
Bowling 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Golf 1. 



RITA FASANO 

354 Cornell St., Roslindale 
Rita's going to California . . . 
and we'd all like to go with her 
. . . loafing in the sunshine is an 
oft repeated dream . . . Bon voy- 
age and don't forget to send us a 
postcard. 

Bowl i n g; Sw i in m i ng. 



ROBERT FASANO 

354 Cornell St., Roslindale 
Bob enjoys upholstering furni- 
ture in his spare time . . . He 
would like to go into the busi- 
ness sometime in the future . . . 
Carving and baseball also help 
to keep him busy. 
Italian Club 2. 



MARILYN K. FERRARA, 

351 Cornell St., Roslindale 
Words can not express how much 
we Rossiets will miss our Mai 
. . . She's so happy-go-lucky and 
we do mean happy! . . . there's a 
perpetual smile on Mai's face 
that has made us all grow very 
fond of her! . . . Keep smiling 
Mai . . . we won't forget you! 
Tattler 1 ; Junior Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Bowling 2; Class Prophet. 




MARIE FIORE 
56 Murray Hill Rd., Roslindale 
Marie has a very friendly man- 
ner . . . She's liked by all! This 
little lady has plenty of brains 
and she uses them to their fullest 
extent . . . Rossie's great loss is 
Boston University's gain! So 
long, Marie! 

Rosli/n Chapter, National Honor 
Society -t. President. 

Calendar Secretary ; Tattler Repre- 
sentative; Bowling ,i; Coif 8; 
Tennis t ; Badminton .'. 



MARGARET FORD 

12 Bungalow Rd., W. Roxbury 
Reggy is kept pretty busy try- 
ing to keep up with the time . . . 
Her peeve is getting the 8:20 
streetcar and leaving Joslin's on 
time for school . . . Our only 
solution for your peeve is to 
turn back the clock Peggy! 
Bowling 1; Softball 1. 

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BARBARA FRAUSEL 

193 Florence St., Roslindale 
Tiny and cute as a kitten, Barbs 
is one of our most talented roller 
skaters! . . . Her beauty and grace 
add to her talented performance 
in Chez Vous's Rink . . . Keep 
gliding along, Barbs. 



EDWARD J. FRAUSEL 

193 Florence St., Roslindale 
Long after graduation Frizz's 
pleasing personality and sincere 
manner will be remembered by 
his many school friends . . . His 
fine character traits will make 
him a valuable acquisition to 
some business firm. 



RICHARD J. FREELEY 

866 Canterbury St., Roslindale 
Dick is the big fellow who 
played right guard on our foot- 
ball team . . . and what a spark 
he is . . . His knowledge of sports, 
his drive, and his pleasing per- 
sonality, will make him a swell 
athletic teacher. 

Cadet Officer; Junior Red Cross 
Representative 1; Football ,>' ; 
Track- ■>; Baseball 1. 



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ANN F. FRENIERE 

70 Clement Ave., W. Roxbury 
Bowling, writing for the Tattler, 
and her numerous pen pals keep 
this spirited redhead pretty busy 
. . . Ann's hobby is dancing . . . 
especially to songs like "Harlem 
Nocturne" . . . She plans to 
teach. 

French Club J; Spanish Club 1; 
Junior Red Cross Represt nta- 
tire 1 ; Bowling -i ; Badminton 1. 



ROBERT FRIEDMAN 

35 Walter St., Roslindale 
Bob hopes to work in California 
. . . Sunny Cal's gain is Roslin- 
dale's loss . . . His pleasant man- 
ner and fine personality have 
made him one of our favorite 
classmates . . . even if he is quiet. 



JEANNE F. FRUH 

.H4 Willow St., West Roxbury 
(letting up in the morning and 
going to bed at night are Jeanne's 
peeves . . . She just loves to 
dance . . . Knitting socks and 
sweaters keep her busy the rest 
of the time ... A private secre- 
tary is her ambition. 
Boirling J: Spanish Club 1. 



HELEN E. GAFFNEY 

119 Hawthorne St., Roslindale 
Here's sweet kid who likes to gab 
on the phone like any normal 
female . . . And she includes 
dancing on her list of favorites 
. . . After graduating from 
Chandler she'll make a charming 
secretary. 

Tattler Representatire : Junior 
Red Cross Representatire; 
Bouliny; Tennis. 



ROSE MARIE GAGNE 
»;<H Canterbury St., Roslindale 
Here's a gal with flying feet . . . 
Chez I'ous is more like "chez- 
elle" . . . Roller skating is an art, 
and in our Rossiette we have an 
artist . . . We'll soon be seeing 
her name in lights. 




JEAN B. GALE 

155 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Although Jeanie enjoys swim- 
ming and tennis . . . she's mad 
about tap dancing . . . Wants to 
be a dancer someday . . . Peppy 
little Jean has more than one 
talent, though . . . Her writing 
may make her famous. 
Tattler Business Staff 1; Glee 
ClubS. 



JOAN GANNON 
185 Stimson St., West Roxbury 
Jo dislikes getting up early, 
especially after a late dance . . . 
But she's never seen without a 
smile, regardless ... A very satis- 
factory sort of person to have 
around! 

Tattler Business Staff; Bowling 1 ; 
Swimming 1. 



LOUISE GAVIN 

38 Hayden St., Roslindale 
Louise is a gal with plenty of 
ambition . . .Tufts College is her 
destination . . . Maybe you can 
get there, Louise, on those roller 
skates you like to use. Here's 
smooth sailing through life. 
Tattler Staff 1; Glee Club J; 
Home and School Representa- 
tire 1 ; Bowling 1. 



WILLIAM GAVIN 

18 Penewood St., Mattapan 
Bill was a first string on the 
football team . . . He hopes to 
become a traveling salesman . . . 
\\ ho knows? . . . We may soon 
be buying pots and pans from 
him. 

Band 1 ; Bugle and Drum Corps 3; 
Football J; Track 1. 



PHYLLIS GENSON 
107 Chesbrough Rd., W. Rox. 
Phyl's bright smile and charming 
manner will be always remem- 
bered by her many friends . . . 
When she finishes training she'll 
make a lovely nurse. 
Senior Council; Spanish Club 1; 

Debating Club J; Bowling 1; 

Tennis 1 ; Badminton 1. 



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JEAN GILLIS 

225 Kitlrcdgc St., Roslindale 
Gilly is an ardent Mosley fan 
. . . Dancing is one of lier many 
specialties . . . Though you may 
not realize it, (iilly is a real 
comedian . . . Rossie won't for- 
get her in a long time! 
Debating Club 1; Tennis 1. 



PAUL M. GILLIS 

225 Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Gil's ambitions are bound to be 
fulfilled . . . He's interested in the 
navy . . . looking forward to the 
day when he dons that officer's 
uniform . . . Travel, Gil, but 
don't forget your many friends 
at Rossie. 

Band 1; Football 2; Track 1; 
Glee Club 1. 



JANET L. GILMAN 

28 Johnswood Rd., Roslindale 
"Junior" is a member of both 
the bowling and swimming teams 
this year . . . She enjoys knit- 
ting . . . After graduating, Janet 
wants to relax and enjoy life! 
Bowling 1; Swimming 1. 



MARIE GIUGGIO 

126 Sanborn Ave., W. Roxbury 
Marie's friendly manner and 
quiet charm have endeared her 
to all her classmates and friends 
. . . She plans to attend Fisher 
School in preparing to become a 
medical secretary. 
Tattler 1; Spanish Club 3 ; Debat- 
ing Club 1 ; Spanish Assembly 
2; Bowling 1; Tennis I. 



DOROTHY MAY GLOVER 

5 Brahms St., Roslindale 
Dotty is any mother's ideal baby 
sitter . . . She's had plenty of 
experience . . . Her hobby, tak- 
ing pictures . . . We hear she's 
talented . . . We know she'll be 
just as successful as a book- 
keeper! 




ROBERT GOMER 

17 Yogel St., West Roxbury 
Everybody knows and likes our 
quiet Zeke ... A unique high- 
jumper . . . Has a style all his 
own . . . He is also a wont efficient 
dues-collector . . . The Income 
Tax people need :i man like 
Zeke. 

Senior Council; Yearbook; Hugh 
and Drum Corps 1 ; Football 1 ; 
Track 3: Baseball 1. 



JOAN GONNELLA 

60 Glendower Rd., Roslindale 
Joan and her smile are ever- 
present in Rossie's halls . . . Her 
favorite pastime is dancing . . . 
or just plain walking . . . Before 
marrying a rich man, Joan would 
like to become a nurse. 
Spanish Club 1; Debating Club 1 ; 
Tennis 1. 



CATHERINE GOULD 

52 Florence St., Roslindale 
Kay's favorite sport is swim- 
ming . . . music, her hobby . . . 
She hopes to study it some day 
. . . Till then she'll be a tele- 
phone operator . . . We'll remem- 
ber her as a girl who's really 
individual. 

Swimming 1; Tennis 1. 



THOMAS B. GRANFIELD 

81 Knoll St., Roslindale 
Tom says that he likes work; 
well maybe he does . . . He is a 
fond lover of baseball . . . Tom 
has a high ambition ... to be 
Governor of the State of Maine 
. . . We're all for you, Tom. 
Bugle and Drum Corps. 



ELLEN GRANLUND 

2565 Centre St., West Roxbury 
Ella is known for her dancing 
and piano playing . . . Also likes 
to skate and play tennis . . . Her 
only peeve is that she doesn't 
like people to be late . . . Busi- 
ness school is her destination. 



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HARVEY GRAY 

;JT7 Metropolitan Ave., Roslin. 
Harry is very quiet yet lie is well 
known about the immortal halls 
of R. H. S. . . . He loves Latin 



class and may 
Latin teacher . 
d ii w ! 

Cadet Officer 1. 



even become a 
. A il desperan- 



JEANNETTE MARIE GREER 

34 Addinton Rd., West Roxbury 
Jan likes dancing and swim- 
ming . . . \Ye"ll rig up a small 
pulley for your cash trouble, Jan; 
one guaranteed to get to the 
second floor . . .Her destination 
is a business office. 
Yearbook Business Staff; Spanish 
Assembly 1: Junior Hrii Cross 
Representative ■}; Swimming J; 
Lunch Room Cashier >-}. 



ROBERT GUNNING 

-19 Granfield Ave., Roslindale 
Bob is one of our most rabid 
baseball fans . . . though, we 
must say, he takes a lot of things 
seriously, especially astronomy 
. . . We seem to remember he 
likes argument and debate. 
Junior Red Cross Representative 
1. 



M. EDITH HALLET 

10.58 Canterbury St., Roslindale 
Edie is as good as "Kitten on the 
Keys" any day. Loves to walk 
in the country, away from the 
hubbub ... It is easily under- 
stood how her sunny nature 
really makes others happy. 
French Club 1; Vice President 
Italian Club; Debating Club 1; 
French Assenibh/ 1; Orchestra 
J; Softball I; Glee Club I. 



PHILIP HALLORAN 

182 Ma nt home Rd., \Y. Box. 
We're well-stocked on future 
secretaries and accountants . . . 
It's nice to find someone with a 
different ambition ... to be an 
archeologist . . . Like most of us, 
he likes sports and music. 





ROBERT J. HARMS 

129 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Bob stands out in the football 
lineup because of his height . . . 
and his broad shoulders . . . He 
stands out in the class for his 
pleasant good-nature . . . and 
his Blarney? 

Football S; Basketball 1; Base- 
ball 1. 



ANN HARRIGAN 

20 Rawston Rd., Roslindale 
An enthusiastic horse-back rid- 
er, Harry's pet peeve is people 
who call on the phone and say 
"Guess Who?" After college, 
Harry wants to set sail for Eu- 
rope to learn how the other half 
lives. 

Y carbook ; French Club I; Cheer- 
leader; Bowling 1. 



BARBARA HARTIGAN 

12 Cohasset St., Roslindale 
Babs is the possessor of a quiet 
and cheerful disposition, but she 
loves sports . . . Her winning 
personality and charm have 
made her popular with both her 
classmates and teachers. 
Softball 1. 



JOHN HAWKINS 

H Hamilton St., West Roxbury 
Johnny's a one-gal-man! He is 
fond of baseball, but only as a 
pastime . . . Johnny wants to 
go in for announcing and disc 
jockeying. Maybe we'll hear 
some real Dixieland on WHDH. 



WILLIAM HAYNES 

?:i Morten St., West Roxbury 
Keep on the good side of Hill . . . 
He plans to be a lawyer . . . 
Right now bowling and record 
collecting take up his time . . . 
Everyone remembers his shining 
smile in the hallowed halls of 
R. 11. S. 
Cadet Officer 1. 



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CHARLES HEARTY 

893 South St., Roslindale 
■'Charlie, my boy!" is what a 
good many of the girls arc saying 
about Charlie . . . the tall, dark, 
and handsome type . . . Hut we 
have an idea Charlie would pick 
basketball for choice almost any 
day. 

Spanish Club 1; Basketball ■!. 



PRISCILLA HEILIGMAN 

201 .Maple St., West Roxbury 
Prill is at home on a dance 
floor or a roller-rink . . . also in a 
swimming pool . . . With all 
these events to keep track of, 
she must have rather a large 
scrap-book of memories. 
French Club 1; Spanish Club '; 
Bowling 1; Swimming 1; Bas- 
ketball -J. 



JEAN H. HENNING 

126 Grove St., West Roxbury 
Jeanne is a girl that's really on 
her toes . . . She loves dancing 
and ice-skating . . . She's pretty 
good with the bowling ball too 
. . . We know Boston Clerical is 
right up her alley. 
Bowling 1. 



CHARLES HEYWOOD 

15 Danville St., West Roxbury 
Duffer is one of the best . . . He 
has made a large collection of 
friends . . . His charm and good 
looks ... to say nothing of his 
brains . . . have made him a fa- 
vorite with everybody. 



CAROLE HILL 

Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
When Carole comes walking 
through Rossie's corridors of 
learning, there seems to be a 
glow escaping through the walls. 
No, not ultra-violet rays . . . it's 
Carole! Her bright smile really 
makes life cheery. 
Cheerleader 1; Bowling 1; Soft- 
ball 1; Tennis 1; Badminton 1. 




NATALIE HILL 

187 Lasell St., West Roxbury 
Nat wants to go to California 
. . . Why way out there, huh? 
Please don't go too far away, 
Nat. You'd have a tough time 
trying to leave the many friends 
you've made here. 
Cheerleader I; Bowling ■! ; Ten- 
nis 2. 



DOLORES HOLLAND 

165 Baker St., West Roxbury 
Dee's favorite pastime is playing 
the piano . . . hot summer days 
it changes to swimming . . . 
After business school her agree- 
able manner and cheerful smile 
will make her a wonderful sec- 
retary. 



JOAN HOLST 

Roslindale Ave., Roslindale 
This gal is really efficient ... in 
pleasing both teachers and class- 
mates . . . How could we help 
but be crazy about this lassie 
full of laughter? She's looking 
forward to that stenographer's 

i° b : 

Swimming 1; Tennis I ; Badmin- 
ton 1. 



MARILYN G. HONER 

1648 Washington St., Roslindale 
Mai is one of the quieter mem- 
bers of our class . . . But the 
bowling alley echoes when she 
arrives . . . Hope you make a 
strike, Mai ... at Boston Cleri- 
cal next year. 
Bowling 1; Swimming 1. 



CLAIRE HOOPER 

551 Weld St., West Roxbury 
Claire is going to keep us in 
stitches . . . Why? . . . she likes 
to sew! Her wit. pleasing man- 
ner, and smile will make a fine 
secretary of Claire upon gradua- 
tion from Clerical. 
Bowling J: Basketball 1; Softball 
1 ; Badminton I. 



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PAULA HUBBARD 

Kl Westover St., West Roxbury 
Oh . . . the lucky patients! . . . 
Paula is going to he a nurse. . . . 
she will certainly be a second 
Florence Nightingale. Petite 
Paula will he in the memories of 
many, many Rossie Graduates. 
Senior Council, Alternate : French 
Club 2, I'ice /' re.sulent ; French 
Assembly I; Home and School 
Representative 1: Golf 1; Bad- 
minton I; Glee Club 2. 



LAURENCE HUGHES 

•25 Atherton Ave., Roslindale 
Lsheringat the Hancock Village 
Theatre is Larry"s idea of the 
perfect job . . . money comes to 
liini while he is being enter- 
tained! Larry wants to be an 
accountant after he attends busi- 
ness school. 



PAUL HUTCHINSON 

11 Havanna St., Roslindale 
Hutch has been one of our more 
prominent athletes for the last 
three years ... if he does half 
as well in life, as he did in ath- 
letics, he'll be a millionaire. 
Football 2; Baseball 1. 



THELMA IRVING 

69 Ardale St., Roslindale 
Thelma likes to swim and skate 
. . . and with her energy we 
don't doubt that she docs both 
with skill . . . Picked out any 
special boss for your secretarial 
job, Thelma? 
Swimming 1. 



CAROL JOHNSON 

116 Sanborn Ave., \Y. Roxbury 
Dig for the clam now, dig; 
Dive for the oyster, dive; 
Square dancing makes her feet 
alive 

To be a dental assistant she'll 
strive. 

Tattler Advertising Staff I; Span- 
ish Club 2; Debating Club I; 
Spanish Assembly ■} ; Cheer- 
leader i ; Basketball I ; Bowling 
I ; Golf 1. 




JANET L. JOHNSON 

16 Tennyson St., West Roxbury 
Janet seems to combine all the 
graces ... of being universally 
popular ... of getting good 
marks ... of being always charm- 
ing and good fun . . . with an 
ease that is the envy of us all. 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Class Secretary; Senior Council; 
Yearbook; Tattler; Bowling 1; 
Softball 1 ; Swimming 1; Ten- 
nis I. 

WILLIAM A. JOHNSON 

22 Burand St., West Roxbury 
Swede goes for dancing, roller- 
skating, and golf . . . He came 
to us late but made a multitude 
of friends during his short stay 
. . . He's interested in Diesel 
Engineering. 



CAROLE M. JUDGE 

10 Conway St., Roslindale 
Carole, who is an enthusiastic 
shorthand lover, would like to 
become a stenographer . . . She 
likes sports, especially golf, and 
can draw, too. 

Junior Red Cross Representative 
1; Bowling 3; Swimming J; 
Golf 2; Tennis 2 ; Badminton 2. 



ROSE JUNG 

Si Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Rose enjoys knitting and collect- 
ing pictures . . . She bowls, too 
. . . After graduation, Rose 
wants to be an artist . . .Her work 
in the Tattler is a good example 
of the fitie work she does. 
Tattler Art Staff I: Bowling 1; 
Softball 1. 



PETER KARAS 

SO McBride St., Jamaica Plain 
Pete's favorite pastime is foot- 
ball but we're sure that he has 
other interests too . . . Not girls, 
surely, Pete? . . . After gradua- 
tion, his ambition is to become 
a rich business man. 
Football >, Manager. 



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ANNA A. KAROLIAN 

401 2 Washington St., Roslindale 
Ann will be remembered by the 
( lass of 1950 for her friendly 
and co-operative spirit. We 
know she will succeed as a hook- 
keeper and reflect credit upon 
herself and Roslindale. 
S pa 'i ish ( I a b ; S pa n ish . I ssem bl 'y : 
Bowling; Softball ; Golf. 



ROBERT J. KEEFE 

48 Tyndale St., Roslindale 
Bob is a witty fellow of many 
talents . . . Good at sports, and 
a good sport . . . We have great 
hopes of reading about him right 
up there in the big time some 
day. 

Senior Council; Key Club 2; 
French Assembly I ; Football 3; 
Track 3; Baseball 2. 



RICHARD KELLEHER 

31 Sheerwood St., Roslindale 
He loves to drive . . . He's crazy 
about horses and he hates con- 
duct marks (Who doesn't) . . . 
That's Kell . . . easy going, with 
lots of life . . . He'll make his 
million . . . the odds are in his 
favor. 

Cadet Officer 2; Bugle and Drum 
Corps 3; Track 1. 



JAMES KELLEY 

1-2 Rawston Rd., Roslindale 
Fond of all sports, Kel's an avid 
football enthusiast . . . No matter 
where we are in the halls of 
Rossie, Kel's good-natured smile 
makes the bluest of us smile. 
Bugle and Drum Corps; Track. 



JOANNE KELLEY 

134 (ireaton Rd., W. Roxbury 
Joanie is one of Roll-Land's most 
talented skaters . . . She'll cer- 
tainly look cute in that nurse's 
cap . . . She's headed for B. C. 
School of Nursing . . . We think 
she has the real stuff to make a 
good nurse. 

Tattler Representative I ; Basket- 
ball l; Swimming I; (lice Club 




MARK KELLEY 

443 Weld St., West Roxbury 
Kell is going to go far — far 
away, he hopes, to distant lands. 
Just now he takes up his leisure 
hours with hockey. When spring 
training comes, he'll shine on the 
dia mond. 

Hockey I; Baseball I. 



MARGARET KENNEDY 

<J Carlford Rd., Jamaica Plain 
l >(> f?K.v> the smallest girl in the 
senior class, is a sweet girl who 
likes reading, sports, and records 
. . . She plans to attend business 
college and become a pint-sized 
C. P. A. 

Hoslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Spanish Club 1; Spanish Assem- 
bly 1 ; Bou tin;/ I . 



ELEANOR M. KILDUFF 

30 Bradeen St., Roslindale 
Eleanor loves dancing, but her 
pet peeve is crowded dance halls 
. . . Yet we see her at the Pole 
every week . . . After graduating 
from Emmanual she intends to 
become a second Madam Curie. 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 

Society. 

Yearbook- 1; Tattler Business 
Manager 1; Spanish Club 2; 
Debating Club I; Radio Broad- 
cast 1; Spanish Assembly J; 
Tattler Representative J; Bowl- 
ing 1; Basketball 2; Field 
Hockey 1; Softball 1; Swim- 
ming 1; Tennis 2; Glee Club 2. 



CECELIA KILGALLON 

•11 Eastland Rd., Jamaica Plain 
Cissie is a tiny lass — that won't 
stop her from being a big suc- 
cess at nursing . . . She'll get her 
training at the City Hospital. 
French Club 2; Bowling 1; Bad- 
minton 1. 



ALICE KIRCHGASSNER 

38 Bexley Rd., Roslindale 
A friendly miss with a warm 
heart . . .'that's Al . . . She likes 
swimming, dancing and roller 
skating . . . and she hopes to 
become one of the many charm- 
ing secretaries from Rossie. 
Cheerleader 1; Bowling 1; Tennis 

1 ; Yearbook Secretary. 



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RAYMOND K. WOO 

1373 Centre St., West Roxbury 
Hay is one of the many members 
of the class we're proud of . . . 
his brains, his good disposition, 
his likable personality . . . We 
know he'll be a whale of a good 
engineer. 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Yearbook; Cadet Officer 1; Key 
Club ■{; Tattler Representative 
1; Junior Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 1; Basketball ■!; Base- 
ball ■ :. 



KENNETH M. KRANEFUSS 

-260 Temple St., West Roxbury 
Dermie is quite a boy . . . His 
pet peeve is keeping quiet; but 
don't worry, he couldn't if he 
had to! . . . His ambition is to 
be a printer . . . He should be a 
ventriloquist. 

Cadet Officer 1; Tattler Repre- 
sentative 1 : Football 2; Hockey 
1; Track 2; Class Prophet. 



JOANNE M. KRIM 

'210 Lasell St., West Roxbury 
Jo is one of the sweetest kids in 
Rossie . . . Full of pep, she likes 
all kinds of fun . . . On to Boston 
University! . . . We know her 
winning personality will make 
her a success in art. 
Senior Council; Yearbook Asso- 
ciate Editor ; Tattler Art Staff 
3; French Assembly 1; Cheer- 
leader .{; Golf 2; Tennis 2; 
Che Club 2; Badminton 1. 



JOAN M. KUNSTLER 

17 Lenistan St., Roslindale 
Likable, distinctive, clever little 
Joan is proof that you can't 
measure worth by size . . . Joan 
certainly has a style all her own 
. . . and we like it. 
Yearbook; French Club 1 ; Cheer- 
leader 1; Bowling 2; Swim- 
ming l;Tennit 2;Badminton 1. 



PATRICIA L. KUPHAL 

.'51 Granville St.) Roslindale 
Petite Pat takes to the water 
like a fish . . . She also loves 
music, and her hobby is collect- 
ing records . . . She hopes to be 
another voice-wit h-a-smile girl. 










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CONSTANCE E. LAMPREY 

76 Sherwood St., Roslindale 
Our charming glee club secre- 
tary is fond of swimming, field 
hockey, an^l dancing . . . She 
plans to attend Simmons and 
from there, go into nursing . . . 
Her sunny disposition will just 
make people get better. 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 

Society. 

Yearbook Secretary ; French Club 
2; French Assembly 2; Field 
Hockey 1; Glee Club 3, Sec- 
retary 1. 

IRENE F. LANDER 

36 Fletcher St., Roslindale 
Renie ... a smiling individualist 
... is a great sports enthusiast 
. . . Plays a fine game of basket- 
ball . . . She too is heading for 
nursing . . . You know, it might 
be a pleasure to get sick. 
Basketball 1. 



MARTHA J. LANGLOIS 

66 Baker St., West Roxbury 
.Marty wants to keep her head 
in the clouds . . . but will come 
down to earth long enough to 
ride horseback . . . Any chance 
of an airline hostess bringing 
home some stars as souvenirs? 



IRENE LASKEY 

8 Danville St., West Roxbury 
Bunny says she would almost 
rather sleep than swim . . . But 
we think she's kidding . . . she 
keeps up with sports all right as 
long as things are lively. 
S pa n ish Club 1 ; S pa n ish . I sse m - 
bly l ; Bowling t; Swimming 1; 
Tennis I; Badminton I. 



ROBERT W. LEE 

:( Eastbourne St., Roslindale 
Bob (Ace) Lee . . . tall and 
lanky, brainy, too . . . plans to 
go I" college to become a civil 
engineer . . . He'll probably 
make it . . . the way he answers 
those questions in history. 
Junior Red Cross Representa- 
tive; Tattler .'. 



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MARGARET LEON 

.'Id (Owing St., West Roxbury 
Our dark-haired photographer 
enjoys ice skating, howling, and 
swimming . . . Peg wants to at- 
tend business school and from 
there, go into government work 
. . . Anywhere that she doesn't 
have to wash dishes. 
Yearbook Secretary; Routing 1; 
Swimming 1. 



LYLE K. L'HOMMEDIEU 

89 Caspar St., West Roxbury 
Lyle really has style . . . plus a 
number of other fine qualities 
. . . We'll always remember the 
angelic music she makes with 
Muriel . . . From baseball to 
Beethoven, her interests and 
talents are many. 
Spanish Assembly 2 ; Orchestra ■! ; 
Senior Sym phony 3. 



RICHARD LINEHAN 

58 Congreve St., Roslindale 
Dick is probably Rossie's prize 
skier . . .and he's had plenty of 
practice ... to be a professional 
forester is his ambition . . . camp- 
ing and fishing are favorites, 
another fresh air fiend. 
Baskitball 1. 



JOHN LONERGAN 

419 Belgrade Ave., W. Roxbury 
Larry who is tall and . . . dare 
we say intellectual? . . . has al- 
ready made a start in a modest 
way towards his ultimate goal 
. . . becoming a radio actor. 
Radio Broadcast I. 



ELIZABETH LONG 

203 Manthorne Rd., W. Rox. 
Betty is a fun-loving gal . . . in- 
terested in square-dancing, 
church work . . . and anything 
that's fun . . . We just know 
she'll be a fine nurse after gradu- 
ating from Children's. 
Tattler Art Staff 1; Debating 
Club 1; Junior Red Cross 
Represcntatire ■! ; Cheerleader I. 





ANNE E. LOWNEY 
l(i Worley St., Weal Roxbury 
Anne's favorite occupation is 
cooking . . . Her destination is 
work . . . That's a fine combina- 
tion for the future . . . Straight 
hair on a damp day is her peeve 
. . . One thing Anne doesn't have 
to worry about! 

Swimming I; Tennis I; Badmin- 
ton 1. 



RICHARD D. LUCY 

477 Beech St., Roslindale 
Wellknown and liked around the 
school . . . Dick is one of the 
more distinguished players on 
our hockey team . . . and, we 
might add, a wide-awake mem- 
ber of the Senior Council. 
Senior Council 1 ; French Club 1; 
Home and School Represcnta- 
tire; Hockey 1. 



ANN LUKE 
■>(>i Willow St., West Roxbury 
We can well see why dancing is 
Ann's favorite occupation, for 
she entertained the school with 
some fine ballet numbers in the 
Spanish and French Assemblies 
. . . Her ambition is to be a 
primary teacher. 
French Club J; Debating Club 1; 
French Assembly 1; Spanish 
Assembly 1; Field Hockey 1; 
Tennis I; Glee Club J. 



ANN M. LYNCH 
S John Alden Rd., W. Roxbury 
If you feel like a mouth watering 
meal, call Ann . . . She's a won- 
derful cook! . . . So . . . after 
graduating from Regis she'll 
become a dietitian . . . Her 
hobbies are knitting and danc- 
ing. 

French Club J; French Assembly 
1 ; Ron ling 1 ; Coif 1; Tennis 



CAROLE LYNCH 

176 Orange St., Roslindale 
Carole gets a kick out of horse- 
back riding . . . She says she is 
is going to occupy herself with 
cooking until she gets to be a 
secretary . . . Here's betting 
ten to one she has it twisted. 



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CATHERINE LYONS 

10 Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Kay with her quiet humor and 
jovial manner is quick to win 
friends . . . Her talent with the 
needle and thread should make 
her one of our best-dressed book- 
keepers. 

Sn im in i ng 1. 



WILLIAM W. LYONS 

1567 Centre St., Roslindale 
Willie ... a letterman on our 
football team . . . would like to 
go to prep school, or to college 
. . . then, finishing touch, take 
up football as either a player or 
a coach. 

Cadet Officer 1; Football 3; 
Basketball -1 ; Baseball 3. 



BARBARA L. MacBRIDE 

16 Gould St., West Roxbury 
What a sense of humor this gal 
has! . . . Babs will go a long way, 
with that all "A" record ... A 
girl with a flair . . . Humor . . . 
Brains . . . Good looks . . . What 
more could we ask? 
Senior Council; Yearbook; Tat- 
tler Staff 1; Bowling 3. 



MILDRED R. MACK 

12 Celia Rd., West Roxbury 
Millie has one of the friendliest 
natures . . . the most winning 
smiles . . . and the most sensa- 
tional tans ... in our superlative 
class . . . She's one of the big 
reasons for the superlative. 
Radio Broadcast .' ; French As- 
sembly l; Honliiii/ l ; Glee club 
3. 



ALICE I. MacLEOD 

KMi Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Slim has the very unusual hobby 
of collecting novelty key chains. 
She also likes cooking . . . Her 
ambition is to become a secre- 
tary . . . and a very attractive 
one she'll make too. 
French Club I; Spanish Club 2; 
Radio Broadcast 1; Spanish 
Assembly 2; Orchestra -I ; Tat- 
tler Representative 1 ; dice Club 
3. 




MARGARET MacNEIL 

4'2 Keith St., West Roxbury 
Amiabje Peggy enjoys dancing 
and baseball . . . She's also 
quite a gay blade when it comes 
to ice-skating . . . After gradua- 
tion Peggy hopes to work with 
office machines. 



RICHARD MADDEN 

16 Brown Ave., Roslindale 
Dick's favorite sport is swim- 
ming . . . and, naturally, his pet 
peeve is a drought . . . His main 
interest, ambition and destina- 
tion, are all one . . . plumbing 
. . . and that's no joke, son. 
Cadet Officer 1; Tattler Repre- 
sentative 1; Hockey 2; Base- 
ball 1. 



JOSEPH MAGENNIS 

5 Fresno St., Roslindale 
Joe is the friendliest fellow in 
R. II. S. . . . unless you make the 
serious error of remarking that 
he's not quite six feet tall . . . 
One of our best captains . . . 
and a thoroughly nice guy. 
Radio Broadcast J; French As- 
sembly 1; Spanish Assembly .'; 
Cadet Officer 1; Hockey 1. 



DORIS MAGNUSON 

30!) Cummins Hgwy., Roslindale 
Dottie's disposition is never fail- 
ing . . . She's always happy . . . 
Smile and we'll all smile with 
you, Dottie, so keep on spread- 
ing the good cheer ... It makes 
even shorthand a pleasure. 



GERALDINE MAHONEY 

111 Granfield Ave., Roslindale 
Gerry is another one of our 
dance-conscious lasses . . . Her 
looks and dynamic personality 
should aid her in becoming half 
owner of Moseley's . . . Her 
destination is graduation . . . 
Good lin k, Gerry. 



JANICE MARIE MALOOF 

4607 Washington St., Roslindale 
What a lot of capable. . . and 
attractive . . . nurses our class 
is going to produce! . . . Jan will 
be right up there . . . we hope 
she'll have time to keep on danc- 
ing and skating. 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Tattler Staff >; French Club J; 
Junior Red Cross Representa- 
tive 1 ; Bowling 1; Field Hockey 
1; Tennis 1; Badminton 1; 
Yearbook Secretary. 

MADELYN MARIANO 

48 Montvale St., Roslindale 
Maddy's mad about dancing and 
she's quite a bowling fan too . . . 
Her destination is Boston Uni- 
versity and then on to a career 
as a gal with the notebook and 
pencil. 

Italian Club 1. 



THOMAS L. MARSHALL 

'20 Bloomington St., Dorchester 
Tom's favorite occupation is 
printing . . . He's also a great 
baseball fan and player . . . 
After finishing school, Tom 
hopes to play professional base- 
ball . . . Here's our second Babe 
Ruth, right from R. H. S. 
Baseball 3. 



RONALD W. MARSHALSEA 

'200 Kittredge St., Roslindale 
Ronnie is a good man to have 
around when something goes 
wrong with the car . . . Has a 
pleasant, easy manner, too . . . 
Want to be one of the Halls of 
Montezuma boys. 
Cadet Officer 1; Tattler Repre- 
sentative 1; Baseball 1. 



JOSEPH H. MARZILLI 

58 LaGrange St., West Roxbury 
Joe . . . Stage name Gino . . . 
Plans to leave us to star in a 
new picture . . . Graduating from 
Roslindale ... A great trumpet 
player and a bowling and base- 
ball fan. 

Spanish Club 1; Italian Club 1; 
Orchestra 2; Band 2. 




MARY MAI I S 

45 Grainfield Ave., Roslindale 
Mary is going to keep the ladies' 
crowning glory looking beautiful 
by becoming a hairdresser . . . 
She's a good ad for her business 
. . . And a sweet and gentle lady, 
besides. 

Bowling I ; Softball I. 



KATHERINE MAYER 

114 Temple St., West Roxbury 
Roller skating tops Kay's fa- 
vorite activities . . . Her ambi- 
tion is to be a medical secretary 
. . . English seems to be her pet 
peeve, but with all her hard 
work, Kay will pull through on 
top, we're sure. 
Bowling S. 



JEAN McARDLE 

76 Westover St., W. Roxbury 
Mac has a stack of records any 
jockey would be proud of . . . 
When not flipping a disc she 
swims and bowls . . . Her gra- 
cious manner will make her a 
charming receptionist. 
Bowling 1 ; Swimming 1. 



Joseph McCarthy 

3 Havey St., Roslindale 
Mack doesn't say much . . . but 
his smile says a lot . . . He takes 
every job in stride and does it 
well . . . Even finds time to 
play ball . . . We mean baseball, 
of course. 
Baseball 3. 



mary t. Mccarty 

203 Perham St., West Roxbury 
A swish of cold air ... in the 
door ... up D stairway . . . No, 
it's not Superman! It's Mary 
. . . As the saying goes . . . much 
better to have Mary late than 
never. 

Bowling I ; Yearbook Secretary. 



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WILLIAM J. McGEE 

208S Centre St., West Roxbury 
Yes, 'tis funny, McGee . . . 
Very entertaining indeed is our 
Bill . . . He xayx lie hates to get 
up in the morning . . . but we 
notice he is generally full of 
energy. 



joan m. Mcintosh 

129 Cornell St., Roslindale 
It's easy to see why Joan is in 
such demand in so many organ- 
izations . . . She's efficient . . . 
Sin 's fun . . . She's agreeable . . . 
and she thrives on hard work 
. . . She should be the ideal 
school-marm. 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Senior Class Treasurer; Yearbook; 
French Club ■} ; Spanish Club J ; 
President; Debating Club 1; 
French Assembly 2; Spanish 
Assembly 3; Tattler Repre- 
sentative I; Junior lied Cross 
Representative I; Swimming 1; 
Ten nix I. 



THELMA McISAAC 

7*25 LaGrange St., W. Roxbury 
The] hopes to go to Boston 
Clerical after graduation . . . 
Thence to launch out on a career 
as secretary . . . Dancing is her 
hobby, and roller skating her 
number one sport. 



ANN McNULTY 

\-i Oriole St., West Roxbury 
Don't get into an argument with 
accomplished Ann, because, with 
her experience in the Debating 
Club, you're lost . . . She keeps 
tabs on our alumni and docs a 
good job, too. 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Tattler ; F reach Club 1; Debating 
Club I. 



ELEANOR C. McWEENY 

2451 Centre St., West Roxbury 
Kllie wants to become a second 
Shirley Prance and attempt the 
channel . . . She's not kidding 
. . . that's her ambition! We'll 
all keep our eyes glued on the 
news abroad from now on! 




LEO MELLYN 

4014 Washington St., Roslindale 
Red . . . who hates yellow ties 
with red shirts ... is one of the 
main props of the Key Club . . . 
He's headed for Bentley's where 
he wants to study to be a C. P. 
A. 

Key Club 1, Senior Director; 
Radio Broadcast 2; Hockey 2, 
Manager; Track 1. 



JOSEPH V. MOCCIA 

Hi Beech St., Roslindale 
Here's another . . . accountant, 
we mean . . . and he should be 
able to liven up dull figures con- 
siderably . . . for Moe is our class 
wit . . . Not bad at hockey 
either. 

Key Club 1; Spanish Assembly 
1; Tattler Representative 1; 
H o( key 1 . 



VIRGINIA L. MORRIS 

l(i Montclair Ave., Roslindale 
Ginny is a real friend . . . and a 
very real person . . .She loves to 
watch the Braves win . . . Here's 
luck for '50 et sea., (Jinny . . . 
and to you, in your nursing 
career, too. 

French Club 1; Field Hockey 1; 
Badminton t. 



EDNA M. MORTON 

59!) Poplar St., Roslindale 
Edna's the only person we know 
who hates carrying cash . . . 
May we help you? . . . She's 
been a very efficient member of 
the ditto lunchroom staff . . . 
She'll be an asset to the business 
world. 

Home and School Representative 
1; Tennis 1; Tattler Business 
Staff. 



GWALIA MOULTON 

106 Corey St., West Roxbury 
The woman in white is what 
Gay desires to be . . . We know 
you'll get there with that gay 
(No pun intended) smile and 
ready laughter . . . Good luck 
always, Gay. 

French Club I; Tattler Repre- 
sentative 1. 



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THOMAS F. MOYLAN 

51 Bradeen St., Roslindale 
Tom . . . (Ed. note: Alias Jim 
O'Donnell) ... is faster than 
Superman . . . and twice as good 
looking . . . An accomplished 
actor ... a real wit . . . we're 
proud of our track Ace . . . and 
future Olympic star. 
Key Club 1; Buyle and Drum 
Corps 1; Tattler Representa- 
tive I; Football 2; Track- •>' ; 
Baseball .'. 



RICHARD F. MULLANEY 

117 Metropolitan Ave., Roslin, 
Dick is the silent type but he 
adds that certain touch that 
makes this year's senior class the 
best ever . . . We're going to miss 
Dick when he goes to sea . . . 
Ciood luck, Admiral. 
Key Club 1; Cadet Officer 1; 
Band -1 ; Hockey 1. 



RICHARD D. MULLIN 

74 Hillburn St., Roslindale 
Good-natured, versatile Mull, 
who wants to be the Cape Cod 
Cranberry King and own a 100- 
acre bog in East Dennis . . . has 
a subtle and devious wit . . {That 
should hold him! ) 
Radio Broadcast 1; Buyle and 
Drum Corps -1, Captain; Tat- 
tler Representative 1 ; Baseball 
3. 



MARILYN ANNE MULVEY 

150 Tyndale St., Roslindale 
Mai . . . gay, giggling, alert . . . 
wishes she could stop giggling, 
but we don't think we'd like it, 
Mai. She says her destination 
is graduation . . . And After 
Graduation Days? 
Senior Council; Spanish Club 1; 

Tennis 1. 



MARJORIE MURPHY 

ii Rexhame St., Roslindale 
Margie can whip up something 
to eat in no time . . . would 
rather cook it than eat it . . . 
No offense, of course, but why 
is her ambition to be a secretary? 
. . . We have plenty of those! 




GLORIA NADEAU 

15 Fowle St., Roslindale 
Ginger's favorite occupation is 
working on the switchboard . . . 
Her sweet voice certainly is easy 
on the ears . . . To be an office 
worker is her ambition. She 
will make a lovely one. 
Tennis 1. 



BERMCE C. NARSIFF 

22 Weymouth Ave., W. Roxbury 
Sincere and charming, that's 
Bunny . . . Her hobby is avia- 
tion . . . With a beautiful voice 
like hers, we know she'll fly to 
great heights as a concert singer 
. . . loud applause and a multi- 
t ude of bouquets! 
Glee Club 4; Italian Club J; 
Radio Broadcast -1 ; French As- 
sembly 1 ; Spanish Assembly 1. 



JOHN W. NARSIFF, JR. 

1!) Weymouth Ave., W. Roxbury 
John is the strong, silent type 
with an ambition to get rich . . . 
He hates to get up in the morn- 
ing, but as long as there is foot- 
ball, Nuss will be happy. 
Cadet Officer I ; Football 1; Track 



RUTH NASHAWATY 

1 Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury 
Lueky's shy smile and friendly 
greeting is known and welcomed 
throughout Rossie . . . We know 
she will make an efficient secre- 
tary, and be an asset to any 
office. 
Tenirs 3. 



CONSTANCE NEAS 

lfi Lakeside Ave., Readville 
Connie, we know, will be some- 
one's ideal secretary . . . Effi- 
cient, self-effacing, charming . . . 
what it takes . . . We hope there 
will be no 8:55 bell in her office 
. . . She'll be happier without. 
Debating Club J. 



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BARBARA NICHOLS 

340 Baker St., West Roxbury 
Pert, petite, and pretty, Nicky 
is a prospective housewife . . . 
Can you think of a better occu- 
pation? . . . She enjoys dancing 
and baseball . . . Nicky claims 
her ambition is to graduate! 



JEANETTE NICKERSON 

30 Amherst St., Roslindale 
Nickie really spreads herself in 
her interests . . . She likes any- 
thing, from dramatic readings, 
through jewelry-making, to 
bowling . . . She likes art best, 
though, we suspect . . . and will 
work at it. 

French Assembly J; Spanish As- 
sembly 2; Orchestra >. 



JOANNE NILSEN 

■III Crove St., West Roxbury 
Jo is definitely going into medi- 
cal work. She intends to be a 
medical secretary and while off 
duty skate for the Ice Capades 
. . . What, Jo?? Oh, skate on 
Turtle Bond, excuse me!! 



CHARLOTTE A. NTLSON 
38 Delano Park, Roslindale 
Charlotte . . . that lovely, gra- 
cious, efficient blonde . . . has 
already done some modeling . . . 
Are you surprised? But her 
real ambition is to be a private 
secretary . . . merely one more of 
many accomplishments. 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Senior Council; Y earbook ; Tat- 
tler Representative 1; Cheer- 
leader 1; Swimming 1. 



GEORGE L. NOEL 
.><> Willow St., West Roxbury, 
(ieorge is tops with the boys on 
the football and baseball teams 
. . . He manages them, no less! 
. . . Any wonder that his hobby 
is sports? . . . (ieorge hopes 
some day to become a mechanic. 
Band 8; Football .'; Hockey l; 

Baseball 9. 




EDWARD NOLAN 

41 Sycamore St., Roslindale 
Ed is well-known for his draw- 
ings . . . on the Tattler cover and 
such . . . Also takes his turn on 
the mound for Kossie . . . He 
hopes to don the two-toned blue 
of the State Police. 
Yearbook; Tattler Staff ■}; Cadet 

Officer 1; Track 1; Baseball >. 



EDW ARD NORTON 

41 Westborune St., Roslindale 
Ed . . . steady, dependable, 
agreeable . . . ranks basketball 
first among sports . . . For all 
we know, he'll be playing for 
the Celtics some day . . . We 
wish him lots of luck, anyhow. 
Basketball J. 



ROBERT NORTON 

404!) Washington St., Roslindale 
Bob is a familiar sight around 
Roslindale in his blue Buick . . . 
Like many right-thinking citi- 
zens, his favorite is baseball . . . 
After graduation he would like 
to try his hand at reporting. 
Spanish Assembly 1 ; Cadet Officer 
1; Bugle and Drum Corps 2; 
Junior Bed Cross Re presenia- 
tire 1; Football 2; Baseball ■}. 



ALYCE OBERACKER 

io Congreve St., Roslindale 
Alyce O . . . Oh! you mean the 
Babe Didrikson of Rossie! . . . 
She has all the energy, pep, and 
athletic talent . . . She's aiming 
high ... to be an airline steward- 
ess . . . Good luck, Tinker. 
Yearbook Business Staff; Debat- 
ing Club 1; Cheerleader 1; 
Swimming 1 ; Golf 1; Tennis 1; 
Athletic Representative 1. 



JOSEPH O'BRIEN 

^74 Beech St., Roslindale 
Obie is a sport enthusiast and 
goes all out for hunting . . . His 
prey is animals, of course! . . . 
We're sure he'll be a success in 
w hatever line he plans to follow. 
Cadet Officer; Basketball. 



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JOAN O'CALLAGHAN 

17 Newfield St., West Roxbury 
Johnny enjoys knitting, and 
with her sense of humor she 
really keeps us in stitches . . . 
Her favorite sport is baseball 
. . . Her ambition is to he a 
secretary . . . Surprised? 
Yearbook Secretary ; Spanish Club 
1 ; Tennis 1. 



BEATRICE O'DONNELL 

29 Goodway Rd., Jamaica Plain 
It didn't take Babe long to make 
many friends at Rossie . . . 
What could you expect with 
those lovely laughing eyes and 
that beautiful smile . . . Ah, 
sure, she's our little Irish rose! 
Debating Club 1; Hauling 1; 
Basketball J; Tennis 1. 



CLAIRE O'DONNELL 

'203 LaGrange St., W. Roxbury 
A cute red head who enjoys 
swimming, dancing, and, she 
says, sleeping . . . Red hopes 
someday to become a school 
teacher . . . Then ever upward 
to heaven . . . Think you'll make 
it, Red? 

French Club 2; French Assembly 
1; Home and School Repre- 
sentative 1 ; Cheerleader 1 ; 
Bowling 3; Swimming 1; Ten- 
nis 2 ; Badminton 3. 



ELLEN O'NEILL 

1-2 Carlford Rd., Jamaica Plain 
Ellen's generous ways and punc- 
tuality have brought her many 
friends and admirers . . . Here's 
hoping she weathers the sea of 
matrimony as well as she has her 
school life. 



MARY F. O'ROURKE 

40 Bexley Rd., Roslindale 
Efficient and cheerful, Mary en- 
joys roller skating and bowling 
. . . Her hobby is knitting . . . 
Her friendly and lively person- 
ality will make Mary welcome 
in any office . . . She'll bowl 'em 
over! 

Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Yearbook Secretary; Cheerleader 
1; Tennis 1. 





BARBARA OSWALD 

loo Tyndale St., Roslindale 

Quiet and sincere is she, 
Even more, she's tres jolie. 
Likes to paint and write and 
read, 

More of her is what we need. 



PAUL O TOOLE 

7 Bexley Rd., Roslindale 
Lou is a rugged guy with lots 
of pep, especially on the gridiron 
. . . Hunting and fishing are his 
hobbies and he loves to eat, so 
everything works out nicely for 
him. 



PETER PALLADINO 

26 Philbrick St., Roslindale 
Pete is the guy you see trying 
to teach people to drive . . . It's 
a dangerous occupation, or did- 
n't you know? . . . He's a sports 
enthusiast, especially baseball 
and football. One of our quieter 
members, we're sure he 11 go far. 
Italian Club 2; Cadet Officer 3; 
Tattler Representative 2; Foot- 
ball 1; Basketball 2; Track 
Baseball 1. 



JOAN M. PALMQUIST 

285 Grove St., West Roxbury 
Joanny's hobbies are drawing, 
painting, and dancing . . . She's 
kept on the go with going to art 
school at the Museum, every 
Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri- 
day . . . busy gal! 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

Yearbook Staff; Tattler Staff; 
Bowling 1. 



MARY PARSONS 

70 Johnswood Rd., Roslindale 
Mimi enjoys reading, collecting 
records . . . phonograph, that is 
. . . and bowling . . . Her friendly 
voice and quiet ways will help 
her greatly in her future career 
at the switchboard. 



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VIRGINIA PARSONS 

12 Claxton St., Roslindale 
Attractive Ginny . . . always 
gracious and unassuming . . . 
enjoys writing, music, and bowl- 
ing . . . She will prol>al)ly grace 
an office some day as a very 
charming receptionist . . . Till 
then, it's business school for 
Ginny. 

Senior Council ; Tattler Secretary : 
Debating Club 1 ; Class Will. 



ERNESTINE PASQUALE 

220 Popular St., Roslindale 
Ernie likes to collect records, 
and she howls a wicked string 
. . . Since her favorite occupation 
is working, she should he an 
honor student at Clerical . . . 
and a fine bookkeeper. 
(ilee Club I; Italian Club 1; Bas- 
ketball I ; Field Hockey 1. 



EUGENIA H. PERKINS 

74 Selwyn St., Roslindale 
Walking is Jean's favorite occu- 
pation and she stops only to 
step up her speed by dancing on 
roller skates ... Of course danc- 
ing, which is only walking to 
music, can't be forgotten. 
Howling 1. 



BARBARA PETERSON 

58 Oak Rd., West Roxbury 
Barb's as quiet as a little mouse 
. . . but, don't let her fool you 
. . . behind those shy eyes there 
is a bright and ready wit. 



ELAINE MARIE PHILLIPS 

73 Robert St., Roslindale 
Although Blaine's interests are 
pretty well scattered over sports 
from bowling to basketball (she 
just watches ) her destination is a 
far cry from such wordly mat- 
ters — heaven. 

Yearbook Hu.iinc.is Staff; Tattler 
Business Staff; Spanish Club Si 
Spunish Assembly ■! ; Tattler 
Representative 1; Junior Red 
Cross Representative 1; Hold- 
ing. 




THOMAS A. PINKHAM 

12 Robin St., West Roxbury 
Tom is a man of many interests 
. . . from radio to skiing . . . but 
his favorite occupation is driv- 
ing . . . He hopes that college 
will lead him to a career in 
chemical engineering. 
Senior Council ; Yearbook, Editor- 
in-Chief; Tattler Staff J; Key 

Club J; Radio Broadcast J; 
Cadet Officer 1; Track 1. 



ARLENE POLITO 

10 Otis PI., Roslindale 
Dolly has dancing on the brain 
. . . not that it's a bad idea . . . 
but she has plenty more there, 
too . . . Yes, we mean real brain 
. . . She has a charming smile 
and personality, too. 



ROBERT POTTER 

22 Ardale St., Roslindale 
Muff takes a lot of good- 
natured ribbing like the good 
spor he is . . . and at football, 
baseball, track, hockey, too . . . 
We rib him because we like him. 
Hand .1; Football J; Basketball -1 ; 
Track >. 



JANET POWERS 

300 Hyde Park Ave., Jam. Plain 
Jan is a lively girl with a wonder- 
ful sense of humor . . . She has 
many interests . . . among them, 
bowling, roller skating, and 
photography . . . Jan's ambition 
is to become a success. 



ROBERT F. POZERS 

4294 Washington St., Roslindale 
Hoi) is an outdoor man . . . fish- 
ing, hunting, boating are his 
hobbies . . . but his prospective 
career will really land him in the 
dough . . . he wants to be a 
I taker ... A sound idea! 



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JEROME PRAINO 

34 Bournedale St., Jamaica Plain 
Perry is one of the liveliest, 
wittiest fellows Rossie has met 
for quite a long time. Music 
and current events are his inter- 
ests. He plans to go to B. ('. 
Commercial photography is his 
a m hit ion. 

French Club 1 ; Radio Broadcast 1 ; 
French Assembly 2; Spanish 
Assembly 1. 



ETHEL PUBLICOVER 

65 Selwyn St., Roslindale 
Ethel spends most of her time 
painting . . . and very good at it 
she is, as we found out! . . . 
Some of her hours are passed at 
the roller skating rink. 
Home and School Representative 
1. 



JUNE RADCLIFFE 

40 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton 
Shortie likes singing best of all 
her talents . . . collecting records 
and bowling comes next as her 
hobbies . . . After graduation, 
June hopes to do office work . . . 
Looking for a cute little secre- 
tary? 



MILDRED RAUTENBERG 

15 Hewlette St., Roslindale 
Millie's favorite pastime is sleep- 
ing, but when she tires of that, 
she finds time for swimming . . . 
There's nothing that bothers 
Millie, nothing . . . except tire 
drills in study periods! . . . Mil 
hopes to attend Massachusetts 
College of Pharmacy. 
French Club 1; Junior Red Cross 

Representative 1; Bowling 1; 

Tennis 1; Badminton 1. 



JEAN R. REICHERT 

43 Cliftondale St., Roslindale 
Jackson is a staunch baseball 
fan . . . She can be seen rooting 
avidly in the stands at every 
R. H. S. game ... Her pet peeve 
is the wail, "Why does it get so 
late so early?" 




THOMAS M. REID 

II Peruana St., West Roxbury 
Roscoe's wit isn't known to 
everyone . . . but he's really 
clever ... He loves baseball . . . 
we said he was intelligent, didn't 
we? . . . so we hope he makes a 
grand slam in accounting. 
Class H ill; French Assembly J; 
Spa n ish . 1 sse m bl i/ 1 ; ( 'adet 
Officer 1; Basketball I. 



ALBERT ROHRBACHER 

131 Belgrade Ave., Roslindale 
Buddy, without a doubt one of 
Rosliudale's alltime athletic 
greats . . . always smiling, and 
the best arguer on two feet . . . 
What's your ambition, Buddy??!'' 
As it H c didn't know ! 
( 'adet Officer 1 ; Football -i ; Basket- 
ball j; Track 1; Baseball ■!. 



BARBARA ROM ANSKE 

3!)57 Washington St., Roslindale 
Barb loves fiddling around . . . 
on the violin, she means . . . and 
would love to play a pizzicato 
with the Pops some day . . . 
She'd like to go to B. ('. School 
of Nursing meanwhile. 
Italian Club 1; Debating Club; 

Secretary 1; Bowling 1 ; Coi f 1 ; 

Tennis .'. 



BETSY ROSS 

9 Halliday St., Roslindale 
Betsy of the famous name . . . 
has an interesting picture collec- 
tion . . . She just loves shorthand 
and typing . . . and, oddly 
enough, she wants to be a private 
secretary to someone. 
Bowling I; Badminton I. 



ELIZABETH RUDDY 

165 Temple St., West Roxbury 
Betty is quiet with a difference 
... a distinctive young lady with 
personality and style . . . She 
hasn't had enough . . . she wants 
to come back in a few years . . . 
as an English teacher. 
Bowling 2; Yearbook. 



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CHARLES RUDDY 

165 Temple St., West Roxbury 
Tall, dark, and nonchalant 
Charlie loves sports and hates 
women (drivers) . . . Probably 
rank prejudice ... A remarkably 
even disposition . . . Charlie 
would like to go on to college. 



BARBARA RYAN 

75 Sedgwick St., Jamaica Plain 
Georgia likes dancing on wheels 
. . . would rather skate and ride 
horses than anything else . . . 
except, perhaps, pursue her 
intention of following the nurs- 
ing profession. 
S a int miiig J. 



JUNE M. SABA 

5043 Wash. St., West Roxbury 
Junie . . . always obliging and 
efficient . . . likes reading and 
baby sitting . . . Her ambition 
is to be a hairdresser . . . Atten- 
tion, Girls! Keep your eyes 
open for "Saba's Hair-st vling, 
Inc."! 

Junior Kid Cross Representative 
ft; Bowling 1: Softball 1; 
Swimming 1. 



FRANCES T. SAM YA 
!) Meshaha St., West Roxbury 
Writitig stories is Frannie's fa- 
vorite occupation ... so some- 
day she hopes to become a 
novelist . . . and though you'd 
never guess it, her hobby is 
making trouble . . . Don't try 
too hard, Fran! 
Hun liny 1. 




EILEEN SCHNEIDER 

5? Carrolton Rd., West Roxbury 
Bunny has an unusual and inter- 
esting hobby . . . training dogs 
. . . She likes to spend her time 
outdoors ... in the summer, 
swimming ... in the winter, 
skiing . . . OH' to Boston Clerical! 
Tattler Representative J; Junior 
Red Cross Representative J. 



YVONNE F. SCHNELL 

SO Chesbrough Rd., W. Roxbury 
Yvonne is a sports-minded lass 
whom you will find in no less 
than five athletic clubs . . . We 
are sure she won't miss the bus 
as a laboratory technician. 
French Club 1; Italian Club J; 

Debating Club 2; Bowling J; 

Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1; 

Tennis ~' ; Badminton 1. 



NORMA P. SCHOFIELD 

50 Joyce Kilmer Rd., W. Rox. 
Norm's favorite pastime is knit- 
ting . . . Maybe you saw the 
lovely argyles she was making at 
Christmas . . . and her favorite 
sport is roller skating . . . She 
heads for Fishers' to become a 
secretary. 

French Club J; Debating Club 1; 
Bo iling ■>; Basketball 1; Ten- 
nis 1. 



BARBARA SCHROEDER 

108 Park St., West Roxbury 
Barb is a fun-loving girl who can 
claim a host of friends . . . She 
loves bowling and hates to get 
up in the morning . . . Don't 
fret ... it happens to the best 
of us! 

Bowling -1 ; Tennis 1. 



ROBERT SCHMIDT 

48 Church St., West Roxbury 
Smitty is that irrepressible, high- 
powered businessman . . . He 
relaxes at skiing . . . don't relax 
too much, Smitty . . . He's inter- 
ested in a career in the adver- 
tising business. 

Yearbook Business Staff; 'Tattler 
Business Staff; French Assem- 
bly 1; Spanish Assembly 1; 
Cadet Officer I; Tattler Repre- 
sentative 1; Football 1; Base- 
ball 1 ; Swimming I. 



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ALLOW YN SCHULTZ 

S Ethel St., Roslindale 
Al with the lovely big green eyes 
. . . seldom worries about any- 
thing . . . Life is very good to 
Al . . . Her only great yearly 
problem is what to give for 
Christmas! 

Debuting Club I; Bowling 1; 
Softball I; Tennis 1. 



ROY K. SELANDER 

33 Garnet Rd., West Roxbury 
Roy may l>c very quiet, l>ut his 
eyes show he is really doing a lot 
of thinking . . . What do you 
say, Roy? . . . Would you like 
to open a Radio Shop in Roslin- 
dale Square? 
Vudrt Officer. 



MYRNA K. SERVERSON 

43 Chellman St., West Roxbury 
Myrna's pet oeeupations are 
sewing and collecting souvenirs 
. . . She roller skates and loves 
horseback riding . . . She'll be a 
cheerful little earful on the tele- 
phone one of these days. 
Bottling 1. 



ODETTE M. SHAKER 

ii Vershire St., West Roxbury 
Odie likes to cook . . . That will 
surely come in handy in the 
future! . . . Baseball's her fa- 
vorite sport . . . Such versatility! 
. . . Sh e wants to be a stenog- 
rapher . . . Now, that's unusual. 
Swimming 1: Yearbook Secretary. 



JOANNE M. SHAMMA 

4985 Wash. St., West Roxbury 
Jo's favorite occupation is driv- 
ing . . . Men, beware! . . . Her 
peeve is men drivers! . . . Keep 
right on the road for your 
destination . . . Dramatic 
School . . . We're sure you'll 
make a fine actress. 
Yearbook Secretary; Bottling 2; 

Basketball I; Swimming 1; 

Tennis 1. 



JOHN E. SHANNON 

31 Linnet St., West Roxbury 
John is known for his fine sense 
of humor and knack for making 
friends . . . His ability should 
insure him of success as a veterin- 
arian, his chosen profession. 
Football 1. 





JOHN P. SHEA 

1 Colberg Ave., Roslindale 
Jack, who is pretty handy with 
tools, radios, and footballs, is a 
good sport and well liked by all 
. . . We know that after gradua- 
tion he'll be a success in what- 
ever held he follows. 
Football I ; Baseball 1. 



JOHN J. SHEEHAN 

97 Perham St., West Roxbury 
John . . . The silent hockey star 
of Roslindale . . . His main am- 
bition lies in the business world 
... or else the L . S. Navy . . . 
Make up your mind, boy! 

Hockey 1. 



DOROTHY D. SIEGMUND 

69 Woodlawn St., Jamaica Plain 
Dottie likes to photograph sports 
events . . . Particularly hockey 
and baseball . . . She loves base- 
ball . . . Would even like to play 
it . . . But on the other hand, she 
likes housework, too. 
Bottling I; Basketball -i ; Softball 

3; Badminton 1; Swimming; 

Tennis ; Field Hockey. 



GLORIA M. SIMMONS 

15 Partridge St., West Roxbury 
Here's hoping Glo doesn't wear 
out her beautiful voice cheering 
for Rossie . . . Which she does 
with as much fervor as when she 
upholds the Red Sox . . . We 
suspect she likes baseball. 
Radio Bradcast I; Cheerleader 1; 
Glee Club 1. 



KENNETH SLIFER 

4'2 Partridge St., West Roxbury 
Ken is that fellow with the per- 
petual smile . . . and he makes us 
laugh, too, with his never-failing 
sense of humor . . . He'd like to 
be a flyer one day. 
Senior Council; Tattler Repre- 
sentative 1; Junior Red Cross 
Representative 1; Football ■!; 
Hockey Track 3: Baseball J; 
Swimming 1. 



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ALICE W. SMITH 

15 Martin St.. West Roxbury 
Hinky likes to knit and her fa- 
vorite sport is swimming . . . 
She hopes to he a secretary and 
with her go the hest wishes of 
all of us . . . Good luck. Alice. 
Spanish Assembly 1: Tattler 
Representative 1. 



LILLIAN A. SMITH 

70 Ardale St., Roslindale 
Since Mr. Belvedere made baby- 
sitting pretty, lots of people 
find it an interesting occupation 
. . . as Lillian does . . . She's 
headed for business school . . . 
to become a stenographer. 



VIRGINIA E. SMITH 

105 Fletcher St.. Roslindale 
Ginny's quiet smile and sincere 
marner have won her many loyal 
friends at Rossie . . . She likes 
reading and bowling . . . We're 
sure you'll bowl them over as a 
legal secretary, Ginny. 
Tattler Secretary : French Club I; 
Debating Club; Bowling 2; 
Swimming 1; Tennis 1; Bad- 
minton 1. 



FRED S. SNOW 
+3-» 1 Washington St., Roslindale 
He draws a lot, his name is Fred, 
He likes not books, but sports 

instead. 
His favorite color sox is red: 
This baseball really knocks him 

dead. 

Tattler Representative. 



CAROL E. SOMES 

B Rustic Rd., Weal Roxbury 
Carol likes to dance, to draw, to 
write poetry . . . We can under- 
stand this, for we have enjoyed 
her poetry in the Tattler . . . 
She wants to go into nurse's 
training at the Deaconess. 
French Club J: Tattler Repre- 
sentative: Basketball •>'; Bad- 
minton J. 




MARIAN L. SPENCE 

4 Ains worth St., Roslindale 
She's neat, she's nice, that we all 
know . . . She also likes to knit 
and sew . . . She wants to teach 
the little tots; whatever she 
does, it will be lots. 
Tennis 1. 



HENRY A. SPRIANO 

li Walter St., Roslindale 
Hank is one of our best-liked, 
most personable fellows . . . 
What with that green Nash and 
a candy business . . . what more 
could a girl ask? . . . The candy 
business via B. U. is his goal. 
Yearbook Staff; Key Club 2; 
French Club 1; Track 1. 



PETER H. STARK 

-291 Stratford St., West Roxbury 
Stretch is planning to break into 
pen and ink . . . That's right, a 
journalist . . . He's been one of 
our basketball stars . . . His 
sparkling wit will long be re- 
membered by all. 
Yearbook Associate Editor ; Tat- 
tler 2; Key Club 1; French 
Assembly I; Basketball 3. 



MARY E. STAUBER 

■ifi Pinehurst St.. Roslindale 
Mary, with her pleasing manner 
and delightful smile, is one of 
Rossie's prettiest co-eds . . . 
and those eyes! We know she 
will study hard at Boston Cleri- 
cal and achieve success as a 
secretarv. 



ALAN D. STONE 

1-i Cohasset St., Roslindale 
Another quiet fellow but give 
him a bat and you'll see how 
powerful he is . . . We hope you 
wallop everything in life the way 
you do a baseball, Al. 
Cadet Officer 1 : Baseball S. 



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JAMES J. SULLIVAN 

100 Greaton Rd., West Roxbury 
Many a football player on Ros- 
sie's opposition has wished he 
had Mr. Sullivan on his side . . . 
a good sport, a good friend, and 
a good guy . . . We like that grin, 
too! 

Senior Council; French Club I; 
French Assembly; Football -1; 
Track >. 



MARY SULLIVAN 

20 Cottage St., Roslindale 
Mary with her bright smile and 
friendly manner has won many 
friends . . . With her quiet, 
efficient way of doing things 
Mary should represent Roslin- 
dale verv well at Clerical. 



PATRICIA M. SULLIVAN 

307 Park St., West Roxbury 
When Sull leaves R. H. she 
won't be able to dance with Miss 
Cogan anymore . . . but we hope 
she'll be able to glide through 
college during the next four 
years. 

Debating Club 1; Bowling 2; 
Softball 1; Tennis 1. 



ROSE SULLIVAN 

93 Brown Ave., Roslindale 
Rosie is full of pep and fun . . . 
Always brimming with ideas 
and laughs . . . She'll let your 
nickel run overtime when she 
gets a job with the telephone 
company. 
Tattler 1 ; Tennis 1. 



JAMES A. SUSI 

90 Cornell St., Roslindale 
Big Jim is a fellow well liked by 
all . . . His friendliness and will- 
ingness to pitch in and his ever- 
present smile, make him a fel- 
low we shall all remember . . . 
Would like to become a con- 
tractor. 

French Club I; Italian Club J; 
Cadet Officer; Basketball 
dice Club 2. 




BEVERLY J. SWANGREN 

3 Denton Tcr., Roslindale 
A soft voice and a cheerful dis- 
position • . • that's Bev! . . . Her 
hobby is art and she just loves 
horses . . . wants to own one 
some day . . . Here's hoping you 
own a Btable full, Bev. 
Swimming I. 



FRANCIS L. SWEENEY 

133 Florence St., Roslindale 
What can you write about a 
fellow like this? He's in every 
school activity imaginable . . . 
and loves it. His ambition is to 
be a teacher. All the success in 
the world, Frank! 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 

Society. 

Yearbook - ; Key Club ■!; Spanish 
Club J; Debating Club 2; Radio 
Broadcast -I ; Spanish Assembly 
2; Cadet Officer 1; Junior Bed 
Cross Representative 2. 



PATRICIA A. SWEENEY 

i Glenhaven Rd., West Roxbury 
Pretty Pat's ambition is to be- 
come a model . . . Don't be sur- 
prised if you see her beaming at 
you from a magazine cover some- 
day . . . Remember, Pat, we 
knew you when! 
Basketball 1 ; Field Hockey 1. 



ARTHUR H. SWEET 

6-1 WestoverSt., West Roxbury 
Arthur is a newcomer this year 
. . . but that didn't stop him from 
attracting a good many friends 
with his personality and wit . . . 
We virtuously refrain from any 
puns on his name. 



JAMES J. TALBOT 

20 Woodlawn St., Forest Hills 
We all take off our hats to one 
of the most popular men at 
Roslindale . . . our competent 
and versatile president. A great 
athlete and a great guy is our 
Jim. 

Senior President: Key Club 1; 
French Club French Assem- 
bly J; Football J; Basketball 3; 
Baseball J. 



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GLORIA TAW A 

5037 Wash. St., West Roxbury 
Gloria intends to he a private 
secretary after going to Boston 
Clerical . . . We think she'll be 
a elite one . . . She likes to read, 
hut grammar peeves her . . . 
Imagine!! 

Yearbook Business Staff; Tattler 
Staff; Howling 1; Tennis 2. 



GEORGE THOMAS 

1515 V. F. W. Pkwy., W. Rox. 
Timmy is one of our many agree- 
ahle citizens . . . His pearly white 
teeth are always getting a work- 
out hecause very seldom can 
Timmy he seen serious . . . He's 
a good mechanic. 



MARTHA L. THOMAS 

73 Bradwood St., Roslindale 
Marty is one of Rossie's "Dehs" 
. . . Her bright smile and flashing 
eyes have become a symbol 
around school . . . She spends her 
free time dancing and skating 
. . . She hopes to become a buyer 
of women's clothes. 
Bowling J; Tennis Badminton 

1; Glee Club 3. 



CAROL THOMS 

56 Beryl St., Roslindale 
Carol likes to baby sit in her 
spare time, when she hasn't a 
date, which isn't often cause this 
gal is really tops . . . Here's 
some Star dust from our Lucky 
Star to help you on to success! 
Junior Red Cross Representative 
I; Bowling 1; Tattler Repre- 
sentative I ; dice CI ill) 1 ; Basket- 
ball t; Swimming I ; Softball I. 



MARILYN H. TRASK 

170 Poplar St., Roslindale 
Here's a gal who's hitched her 
wagon to a star, and with her 
perseverance she'll get what she 
wants out of life . . . She has 
friends in foreign countries to 
add to the many she has in her 
home territory. 

Basketball I ; Swimming 1; Ten- 
nis I ; Bailminton I; Glee Club 




RICHARD C. TRUE 

3957 Washington St., Roslindale 
Dick is as true as his name im- 
plies . . . Following sports is his 
favorite pastime, with football 
being his main interest . . . Not 
too sure of his plans after gradu- 
ation, Dick says he'll just be a 
millionaire. 
Football 1. 



MARY M. URBAN 

38 Leniston St., Roslindale 
Mary likes art in many forms 
. . . notably costume designing, 
which she hopes to take up as a 
career . . . via Art School . . . 
And the Tattler says her poetry 
is o.k. too. 

Tattler Staff, Literary Editor; 
Debating Club 1. 



CLAIRE M. VANLEEUWEN 

10 Flven Rd., Roslindale 
Claire Marie ... a good all 
around girl, with charming man- 
ners . . . wants to go to B. 1". to 
become a secretary . . . She 
should be a success because she 
has the right perspective. 
Yearbook Business Staff; Cheer- 
leader 1; Swimming I; Tennis 
3. 



MARTHA H. VOGEL 

640 Weld St., West Roxbury 
Martha is an all-round sports 
enthusiast . . . No matter what 
the sport may be, you will find 
Martha participating in it . . . 
She is full of fun and well liked 
by all. 

Senior Council; Y earbook ; Tat- 
tler Stuff 1; Tattler Representa- 
tive 1; Basketball J; Field 
Hockey 2; Softball 3; Tennis l; 
Badminton 1. 



RICHARD E. WALDRON 

13!) Poplar St., Roslindale 
Dick is well-known for his ever- 
present grin ... A real sports 
addict, he finds baseball his best 
interest . . . Some day he'll lie 
banging homers out of Fenway 
Park . . . We knew him when! 
Football .'; Basketball ■> ; Base- 
ball -I. 



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SHIRLEY A. WALLACE 

316 Cornell St., Roslindale 
Shirley . . . with her hright eyea 
and smile . . . loves to collect 
souvenirs . . . and to howl . . . 
The way she whips off Yearbook 

typing makes ns know she'll 

he a good secretary. 

Yearbook Secretary; Bowling ■!; 

Spanish Assembly 1 ; Business 

Staff S. 



JUNE L. WEBB 

■>> MacDonald St., Hyde Park 
Junie is noted for her lively, 
willing manner . . . Her vivacity 
spreads through the school and 
wins her many friends . . . She's 
going to further her education, 
hut not in the he-hop world. 
Senior Council; Basketball •>',' 

Field Hockey 1; Softball 3; 

Tennis 1 ; Badminton 2. 



ROSALYN WINCHESTER 

133 Canton St., Westwood 
Our Roz . . . like Shakespeare's 
Rosalind ... is clever, attrac- 
tive, different . . . She's interest- 
ed in airports and weather sta- 
tions . . . we know she'll have an 
interesting career. 
Roslyn Chapter, National Honor 
Society. 

French Club 1 ; Junior Red Cross 
Representative 1; Field Hockey 
1 ; Badminton 2. 



FREDERICK A. WHITE 

10.5 Sycamore St., Roslindale 
Fred is a fisherman by choice 
. . . hut you can't fish all the 
time ... so he's headed for t he 
U. S. Maritime Academy . . . 
Hope he can still fish when he's 
an admiral. 

Key Club 1; Spanish Assembly 
2; Baseball .'. 



JAMES B. WHITE 

'20 Doncaster St., Roslindale 
Jim is one of the hest-liked fel- 
lows in our class ... as well as 
probably our cleverest wit . . . 
What! Didn't you know it? 
Don't let that quiet ingenuous 
manner fool you. 
French Club 1; Spanish Club 2: 
French Assembly 2; Spanish 
Assembly !; Football .' ; Track 
■J; Baseball 1 ; Swimming 1. 




VIRGINIA L. WHITNEY 

38 Whipple Ave., Roslindale 
(Jinny's future will he spent in 
the air . . . She wants to he an 
airline stewardess . . . Right 
now she has both feet on tin- 
ground . . . dancing and roller 
skating. 

Spanish Assembly I; Bowling I: 
Tennis 1. 



PHYLLIS M. WHORISKEY 

.>!) Montclair Ave., Roslindale 
Phyl has an admirable ambition 
. . . She wants to spend her f ut lire 
helping others as a social worker 
. . . She keeps up on the latest 
plays and holds her own at the 
howling alley. 



KATHRYN F. WILLIAMS 

52 Brookdale St., Roslindale 
Kay likes a lot of things . . . like 
reading, photography, swim- 
ming, she's not one-sided by any 
means . . . She'd like a career in 
the business world, after a ses- 
sion at Boston Clerical. 
Orchestra -1; Junior Red Cross 
Representative t ; Basketball 1; 
Softball 1; Swimming 1; Ten- 
nis 2. 



LORRAINE M. WILLIAMS 

.52 Brookdale St., Roslindale 
Just to prevent monotony in the 
Williams family. Lorry . . . also 
a versatile gal . . . collects minia- 
ture horses instead of pictures 
. . . and would like to he a nurse 
. . . via Boston City Hospital. 
Spanish Club 2; Debating Club 3 : 
S pa n ish A sse m bly 2 ; J u n io r Red 
Cross Representative 2: Home 
and School Representative ■>'." 
Cheerleader J; Tennis J; Bad- 
minton ■}. 



FLORENCE WILSON 

1? Bonad Rd., West Roxbury 
Flo, it has been decided, is Ros- 
sie's loveliest . . . Well, gee. 
that's pretty obvious, isn't it? 
She's a gal that likes to knit . . . 
Gosh, H«, we didn't think you'd 
have time for that, with all your 
beaux! 

Swimming .'. 



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your Staff 



Editor-in-( 'hief 
THOMAS A. PINKHAM 

. 1 ssociate Editors 
Marie Borges Henry Spriano 

Joanne Krini Peter Stark 



Barbara Anderson 
Marjorie Benway 
Shirley Conza 
Robert Gomer 
Ann Harrigan 
Janet Johnson 
Joan Knnstler 



Staff 



Raymond Woo 



Eleanor Kilduff 
Barbara Mae Bride 
Joan Mcintosh 
( 'harlotte Xilson 
Betty Ruddy 
Francis Sweeney 
Martha Vogel 



Alyce Oberacker 
Louise Aronian 
Shirley Wallace 
Joan Adams 



Advertising Staff 
Elizabeth Byrnes, Chief 



Irene Basile 
Barbara Fanning 
Mary McCarty 
Myrna Serverson 



Business Staff 

Janet Connell Helen Gaffney 

Barbara Fransel Jeanette Greer 



Xajla Abdelnonr 
Doris Cunningham 
Marie DeCristofaro 
Alice Kirchgassner 
( lonstance Lamprey 
Margaret Leon 
Mary McCarty 



Secretaries 



Shirley Wallace 



Edna Morton 
.loan ()'( lallaghan 
Mary O'Rourke 
Odette Shaker 
.Joanne Shainma 
Virginia Smith 
Gloria Tawa 



Photogra />li ic Ed itors 



Rose Sullivan 



Gerard Sullivan, '49 



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Good afternoon. Ladies and Gentlemen! Here we are at the one, the 
only, the internationally-famous Mulvey and McWeeney Slap-Happy Circus. 
Step right up, one and all, and for one thin dime, ten cents, two nickels, see the 
greatest show on earth! On our right we have powerful Paul Bendery, the Fire- 
Eater. On our left we see June Saba, the sensational Sword Swallower from far- 
off Siberia! And behind us we have the greatest wonder of them all, those om- 
niscient mystics, those marvellous all-seeing seers, the two great fortune-telling 
Swamis, brought straight to you from the mysterious Orient, . . . Ladies and 
Gentlemen, we present Whatafake and Phooey. Sh-h-h- Let's listen in on these 
two happy mediums as they prepare to expose before your wondering eyes the 
future of the Class of Xineteen-fifty. Sh-h! Sh-h! 

FIRST SWAM I: 

Ah-h-h! What do I see here? The crystal ball is cloudy . . . Now, 
it's clearing . . . clearing . . . clearing . . . Wait! I see a monstrous crowd 
in front of the Magennis Theatre clamoring to gain entrance to witness the 
debut of those two graceful ballerinas, Geraldine Mahoney and Arlene Polito, 
who are starring in Well, I Swan, a play adapted from a recent novel by Marie 
Borges. The tickets for this long-awaited premiere were printed by Hob (Joiner, 
Jerry Connolly, and Larry Hughes. 

SECOND SWAM I: 

And now my crystal ball is clearing . . . And emerging from the 
mists of the mysterious future I see the colossal Rohrbacher Arena packing in the 
largest crowd of its history to watch the stirring, fast -moving wrestling matches 
scheduled for tonight. The main bout starts Georgeous John Narsiff and Mr. 
America Fred White. The nation's Number One sportscaster, Tom Pinkham, 
will be on hand to give a blow-by-blow description of this event over Station 
WRHS. 

FIRST SWAM I: 

Joseph Moccia, world-famous matador, known particularly for throw- 
ing the bull, is hospitalized at the Barbara Anderson Clinic because the bull 
finally threw him. This clinic was designed by the Edward Nolan Architectural 
Association and built by the DePhilippo and DeCristofaro Construction Com- 
pany. 

SECOND SWAM I: (This is getting monotonous; they alternate from now on.) 

Because of the mellow singing of waiters Jimmy White and Bob 
Keefe, the business of the swank Club Norman Drews has unexplainedly dwin- 
dled to a mere $50,000,000 annual profit. This exclusive club features the 
one-and-only blues singer, "Blue-Note Narsiff." 



P H E C Y 



Jeanne Bligh and Janet Connell, superlative graduates of France's 
finest school of cooking, Marjorie Murphy's Mopey Munchery, have at last been 
offered top positions at Benway's Beanery. 

Tommy Moylan, motor magnate, who recently purchased the Empire 
State Building, has engaged Nancy Aitken and Connie Cuddy of the Rosalyn 
Winchester Window Washing Establishment to clean all the windows of that 
great structure. 

And now I see a tall, suave, romantic matinee idol, Richard Lucy, 
Hollywood's most eligible bachelor, escorting lovely (She Uses Pond's) post-deb 
Shirley Conza to the premiere of his two-hundredth picture of the year, How 
Green Was My Dollar, produced and directed by Jay DeSimone. 

The entire population of New York City is eagerly awaiting the 
honored visit of Baroness Barbara Fanning of Lower Slobovia, who is stopping 
off in New York to pay tribute to her high-school chum, Countess Jean Crisafulli. 
Together they plan to journey to their native home in Roslindale, where they will 
establish a fund for all the hopeful graduates of a certain institution. 

Monsieur Jacques Sullivan, noted hair stylist and mustache de- 
signer, has recently returned from his trip abroad where he was summoned to 
design moustaches for such notables as L T rban Anderson, Henry Spriano, Tom 
Duffy, Ralph Ames, Harvey Gray, and Sam Di Nallo. With him was the man- 
ager of his swank Park Avenue Salon, Najla Abdelnour, creator of Smoother 
Coiffures for Smoother Women. 

Does my crystal ball deceive me, or do I see — Yes! Debutante Dra- 
gani is offering one-half of her entire estate to New York's most sought-after 
lawyer, Paul Clayton, for rendering his services in her suit against Dick Kirk- 
patrick. The trial resulted in a hundred-dollar fine issued by Judge Roy Selander 
to Lawyer Clayton for sleeping in court. 

Jimmy Talbot, who recently bought Hibernian Hall, has hired Muff 
Potter as chief caller for the weekly square dances because of Muff's exceptionally 
stentorian voice. The music is furnished by Lulu Aronian, the only one-girl 
orchestra this side of the Dedham Line. 

Peter Palladino and Joseph McCarthy are being urged as candidates 
for the post of United States delegates to the L T nited Nations by Senator Kenneth 
Slifer. Senator Slifer declared, in an interview, "They'll save the country, son!" 

And now I see news of the underworld! President of the Lndertakers' 
Union, Digger O'Delcore, has asked her law firm of Barsamian, Bianchetto, and 
Bernardo, to bring suit against the Colella Coffin Company, on grounds that the 
company's new improved large economy two-in-a-box size coffin is inadequate 




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for average undertakings. The Colella Company's lawyers, Sullivan, Sullivan, and 
Sullivan (Mary. Pat. and Rose > have announced that they intend to wage a st iff 
battle. 

Poultry -raisers. Ginny Parsons and Mel Ferrara, have suddenly come 
into a large fortune. Remember . . . Anybody can start a coop with two hens. 
And the eminent scientist, Charlie Ruddy, has finally perfected his miracle for- 
mula. He claims it can be used for washing dishes, dissolving gold and platinum, 
making teachers disappear, and bathing babies. 

Rumor has it that Helen Gaffney, star of Charlie Hearty's classic. 
Forever After, will shortly become the bride of 1999 s athlete-of-the-year, Jerry 
Dolan. 

President of the Mine Workers' Union, Paul O'Toole, recently gave 
a banquet at the William Costin Supper Club at which he presented a citation 
for meritorious service to the country's two leading coal-miners. Phil Halloran 
and Billy Haynes. Attending the ceremony were Vice-President John E. Casey 
and his wife Mary. Congresswoman Elizabeth Byrne, and the world-renowned 
orator, Kenneth Dini. 

Just back from Paris, Madam Jeanette Doyle is displaying the 
newest French styles in her fashion show, which is being held in order to send 
missionaries Bob Norton and Dick True to foreign countries. Local girls model- 
ing the creations are Peg Brady, Bea O'Donnell, Charlotte Nilson, Audrey 
DeMers, and Marie Fiore. 

Dr. Kenneth M. Kranefuss, M.T., is at last ready for his first major 
operation, the removal of a hangnail from the big toe of Paul Hutchinson. 
Assisting him are doctors Mark Kelley, Charles Hey wood, and a pair of Norcross 
Clippers. Nurses assigned to the case are Phyllis Genson, Alice MacLeod, 
and Gay Moulton. 

Oh-h-h-h! Look what I see here! Armed with a petition signed by 
United States President Robert Schmidt. Bill Lyons is preparing for his trip to 
Italy where he will attempt to straighten the Leaning Tower of Pisa single- 
handed. Bidding him farewell at the airport is his own home-town band com- 
posed of and under the direction of Joe Marzilli. Also on the same plane bound 
for France is our own hopeful channel swimmer, Martha Vogel, accompanied by 
Dick Freeley, who will row the boat. 

Gossip columnist Frances Samya is ready to give up her title as 
Public Enemy Number One. She leaves today for Cuba, where she intends to 
marry Leo Mellyn, wealthy advertising executive. Her successor. Mary Frances 
Burke, has already put her nose to the grindstone by hiring W.P.A. workers, 
Bob Gunning and Bill Gavin, to dig up some dirt. 

The Evangelista Indoor Advertising Company has revealed that 
Beverly Swangren has signed a contract to paint a series of Swangren Girls. 
Lois ("arty will serve as the model. Elaine Phillips and Florence Espcnhain. 

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who arc touring t lit- world as foreign correspondents, have at last signed a friendly 
relations agreement with China and Alaska. 

John Lonergan and Richard Mullancy, who last year were awarder) 
the Pu-Prize for their novel entitled The Tall and Short of It, are now writing a 
sequel which they hope will bring them the capital to start their own movie 
syndicate. And here I see the office of master-detective, Peekaboo Pete Stark 
slowly being flooded as a heartbroken Jacqueline Daly pours out her tale of woe 
to Pete and his noble assistant, Ray Wot). It seems that her devoted suitor, 
George Noel, has finally drifted off, after eighteen years, with another woman, 
Anne Harrigan. 

Now, what have we here? Home-town girls make good! Mary 
McCarthy, world-famous woman flier, and her capable co-pilot, Rita Fasano, 
have just broken the remarkable record set back in 1949 by completing the 
first non-stop flight from Roslindale to West Roxbury in less than a week. 

Radio and Television critics are claiming Tommy Reid's new tele- 
vision who Talk of the Town to be the funniest thing going (on the blink! ) When 
asked by newspapers what they would do with their millions, he and his charm- 
ing wife, the former Arvida Benson, answered, "We'll build a bungalow." 

Complete with an adequate supply of picks and shovels, George 
Thomas, Alan Stone, and Fred Snow have already got underway with their 
enterprise to dig a five-cent subway from the Spa to France. And Former 
Rear Admiral Robert Harms has just purchased the Big Mo from the Navy 
with a view to starting a series of excursions along the Charles River. As part 
of his crew he has appointed Eddie Norton, Joe O'Brien, Bill McGee, and Tommy 
Granfield. The Frausel and Fasano Filleted Fish Company has been awarded 
the refreshment concession, with John Shea and John Sheehan acting as chief 
filleters. 

The nation's biggest jackpot award has just been won by Eleanor 
Kilduff, chief writer for Barbara MacBride's Home Kitchen Program, Stretch It. 
Richard Mullin, M.C., had the great pleasure of awarding to Miss Kilduff her 
winnings, which consisted of one full barrel of dill pickles, a year's supply of 
rubber bands, two hundred and one assorted shoelaces, and one ticket to an 
R.H.S. Class Day Program. 

And now, friends, our crystal ball is getting cloudy . . . very cloudy 
. . . cloudier. Maybe it will rain tomorrow!! 

BARKER: 

Well, Ladies and Gentlemen, we have heard everything. What 
more do you expect for one thin dime? Move quickly, please! This way to the 
Egress. Kindly bear in mind that the seats don't go with the show, and vacate 
them as soon as possible, so that we can get started with the next performance. 
Please run, do not walk, to the nearest exit. 

MARILYN FERRARA 
KENNETH KRANEFI SS 

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MARIE BOR&-ES 




CLASS WILL 



BY 



We, the Class of 1950, considering ourselves sound in mind and body 
as a result of our three years' confinement in Roslindale High School, do hereby 
draw up this last will and testament, our last tribute to our institution, to be 
distributed among our beloved faculty and lower classmates as a remembrance 
of this notorious class. 

We make the following bequests to those who will accept them: 
To Mr. Gately we leave our deepest respect and everlasting gratitude for his 
guidance and patience in attempting to make us intelligent men and women 
of tomorrow. 

To the faculty which has become run-down from endless efforts to help us under- 
stand the value of an education, we leave a box of Carter's Little Liver 
Pills to rebuild their strength. 

To Miss Neal we leave the formula for the fourth dimension. 

To Miss Dah/ we leave a megaphone; she thinks she needs one! 

To Miss Cogan we leave a life-time phonograph needle to replace the one that 
walked out of the gym. 

To Mr. Donadio we leave a pair of stilts so that he may get up in the world. 

To Mr. Gleason we leave an accurate tabulation of the number of stairs from the 
basement to the third floor. 

To Mr. Branca we leave Einstein's son and a protractor. 

To Miss Rnane and Miss Guiney we leave a gilt-edged, framed copy of the 
Constitution. 

To Mr. Tierney we leave the hope that his really game basketball team 
will win a game. 

To Miss Reid we leave Strauss, Jr., Beethoven's son, Louis Prima, and Vaughan 

Monroe, as a basis for next year's orchestra. 
To Mr. Frank O'Brien we leave a scrapbook in which to paste all the tardy slips. 
To Miss Harrington we leave a life subscription to Classic Comics. 
To Miss Aznive's art pupils we leave the merged talents of Rembrandt, Da Vinci, 

and Al Capp. 

To ourselves, the seniors, we modestly leave congratulations for accomplishing 

a feat we never thought possible. 
To the juniors we leave all our sympathy and our empty wallets. 
To the sophomores we leave a warning . . . Leave before they chain yon to t he desks! 
The Senior Council leaves with signs of fatigue from those 8:20 meetings. 
.loan Mcintosh leaves her money clip and armored truck to her successor. 
X atalie and Carole Hill leave for the lowlands. 

Ginny Whitney, Jeanne Perkins, Carol Judge, Alice Kirchgassner, Jan Powers, 

and Mary O'Rourke leave free to devote all their time to Coed. 
Towering John Ego leaves for his place beside Joannie Kiinstlcr. 
Irene Lander and Peg Brady leave to assist the men in white. 
Janet Johnson dances her way out while Bcrnice Narsiff floats out on a note. 
Marie liorges leaves to wash her hands of printer's ink. 
Mark Kelly leaves to purchase Burke's Pharmacy. 

Jean Gillis leaves her wires crossed on the switchboard . . . What confusion! 

Eddie Dailey leaves a set of carpenter's tools. 

Virginia Barry leaves her quick wit . . . forever, we hope! 

Marily Honer leaves with a ready smile and a sunny disposition. 



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Felix Milton Joshua Hurritz doesn't bother to leave; lie didn't come. 
.hunt Gilman leaves her carcheck concession. 

Richard Kelliher leaves a thousand pound steer . . . That's alot of bull! 
Aim Luke and Jim Susi leave to open a dancing school. 
Dick Madden leaves the girls sighing. 

Anne Carter leaves her booming echo in the assembly hall. 

John Drummey leaves Mr. O'Brien tearing out handfuls of scalp. 

Joanne Krim leaves her dynamic personality. 

Allowyn Schultz leaves as one of the best friends Rossie ever had. 

Tom Reid leaves for B.C. to take up basket weaving. 

Katherine Lyons leaves with her typing speed at forty a minute . . . errors, that is. 
Jean Gale leaves after the storm. 

Mart/ Stanbes, Phyllis Carey, and Charlotte Nilson leaves as the three musketeers. 
Red O'Donnell and Rob Keefe leave singing "Some Enchanted Evening." 
Joan O'Callighan leaves quickly and quietly. 

Barbara Romanske leaves with enough evidence to write her book, Spilled Hemo- 
globin. 

Joan Palmquist leaves palette, paints, and oilskins to next year's talented artist. 
Frank Sweeney leaves a big see-gar for all the big wheels next year. 
Arden and James Brooks leave to go "Cruising Down the River." 
Dick Freeley and Paul Clayton leave. 

Marion Farrell leaves to conduct a sight-seeing tour through Jordan Marsh 
( !ompany. 

Constance Neas leaves to set up light housekeeping. 

Mary Parsons leaves as soon as she finishes last night's shorthand homelesson. 

Paula Alphen leaves to swim the English Channel. 

Robert Pozers leaves a large wad of gum under his chair in 211. 

Barbara Nichols leaves change of a dollar. 

The Clan, Irene Basile, Edith Crawford, Alice Anderson, Mary Barca, and Dolores 
Aliofta, leave to sign up with the Harvard football team ... as cheer- 
leaders, that is. 

John Shannon leaves his lunch for next year's class to eat. 

Pat Conlon and Sylvia Conboy leave debating the question: "Should the system 
in Upper Stromboli be adopted in the United States?" 

George Noel leaves to undertake his new job as manager of the Bellevue Theatre. 

The Prophets Fondini Ferrara and Pinhead Kranef uss leave to get in touch with 
the spirits. 

The senior girls leave their gym bloomers to the sophomores. 
The senior boys leave period! 

This document has been duly authorized and sworn at before every- 
one who is anyone at Roslindale High School. It has been signed, sealed, and 
censored by our censor, Charlie-My-Boy . All complaints, threatening letters, 
and law suits should be addressed to, and all knives should be thrown at, the 
Class's Corny Chroniclers : 

Virginia Parsons 
Thomas Reid 

Attorneys-at-large 




JEAN 

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Diana Hamaty '49 



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Miss Cinderella Sportswear 

64 Beech Street Boston, Mass. 


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